Premier Inn Milton Keynes Central South West - Furzton Lake
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... or possessions weren't a problem. But with the limited money I did have I needed to make it stretch and not unnecessarily waste it.
I looked for pre paid travel cards online but, because I'd just moved house, my passport wasn't on the electoral roll, so they couldn't verify my details, so I tried another, but had the same problem! A sense of panic set in. I headed on out, to go and speak to someone face ...
... Our room was really nice and we ate at the inn. The new owners are doing a great job. We couldn't get over the dogs that the villagers had brought out with them. The place was really busy, most people were "mature couples", there were no kids, but there were about 15 dogs of all sizes running about, in and out of the restaurant. They were everywhere.
Smoking is something else we've noticed. A lot of people still smoke over here, and they can still smoke in the outdoor ...
... met with some of Claire's friends on the Saturday for the first time. The idea was to show that she wouldn't be off travelling with some crazy guy (I leave judgement open on this), but more importantly it was to help show people that yes we are actually going to do this. Sunday was upon us. This was THE day. Simple mission, get it booked. We were even clever enough to think about shopping around at other travel agents. I say clever but oh my days did that turn out to be ...
... large grounds, which now sport lots of old, decrepit WWII buildings – all thrown up quickly to house its burgeoning communications and code cracking people. It is adjacent to the town of Milton Keynes – half way between Cambridge and Oxford. It was picked as a site because it was an unlikely place for a spy operation, had a generous covering of trees that hid many of the buildings, and it was midway between the two university towns whose ...
Noticed a small apple tree growing right by the waters edge and Bryan went off to pick some apples but couldn't reach them as they were growing out over the water. So we pushed the boat over to the far side and picked a huge bowl of apples (see photo below) ...