Premier Inn Milton Keynes Central South West - Furzton Lake
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I needed to get things organised pronto, visa, money, guide book, travel card, insurance. I decided to waste no time, I got on the phone to the Vietnamese Embassy in London, only to find out they have public holidays from that Wednesday until that following Monday, so I nervously re-scheduled that task for the following Tuesday. That's ok, no panic, I'll just get other bits sorted, I plan to travel light, ...
... excused myself to hopefully catch some of the social dance hour of Lindy Hop. This 5th dance event I visited that week, turned out to be the lucky charm. No other dance had the vigor and joyous atmosphere of Balfolk. I enjoyed myself so much that I took the liberty to incorporate all kinds of Balfolk moves to the Lindy Hop dance floor, e.g. ending the dance with an attempt at dipping the woman. My poor follower was startled, so I completely lifted her ...
We wanted to do a few more locks to leave Hemel so we took the boats into Fisheries Lock, and started to fill it. In the pound above, a recently burnt out wooden boat came to the surface and was sucked down onto the lock blocking our exit. With a old piece of rope and a boat hook Henry and James managed to move it off to one side and tie it up clear of the lock.
As we left, Hazel took down the canopy walls, with a view to lowering the pram ...
... to New York 3hrs and will never be seen again since the accident 10 yrs ago.
Also in the American section there is a blackbird the stealth spy plane which was at one time highly secretive as it was used for spying .
Outside there was a simulator that simulated a dog fight from a German pilots view of a dog fight over England from his meshesmit 109 fighter (but I only saw aeroplanes and no dogs so I don't know what its all about .But then im only a stuffed ...
... through locks when the height of the land changes. One person manouvers the boat into the lock and keeps it steady once in the lock, and the other opens and closes the gates and operates the paddles on the lock gates to change the water level inside the lock so the boat can leave at the required water level.
We have been out a ...