Premier Inn Milton Keynes Central South West - Furzton Lake
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... There was a lovely cathedral there. The ceiling was all timber. Reliving a childhood memory we drove on to Skegness,taking a few photos off the beach. As it was lunchtime we carried on to Cleethorpes and had fish and chips by the beach. This town had a pavilion and donkey rides on the beach. It was your typical English seaside town by the beach. People eating ice cream and sitting on deck chairs. The sun was even out, and it was ...
... future manpower needs, training of future leaders and fulfillment of literature requests as well as caring for congregations. We definitely have servants and leaders that God is providing to care for those whom God is calling. We have thoughts on how the British Good News Supplement will carry on in the same high quality manner as it did under John Ross Schroeder. It was a very good conversation. The Fenney's then headed for where they live up north ...
... carry all our stuff upstairs!!) and it backs up onto the AMAZINGLY beautiful gardens that the house has (I'll post more pictures of the house tomorrow). Our room has a door so we can go out to the garden and the birds are currently chirping away out there on this overcast day. After we got settled we went to Summertown to look for wall adaptors and something for lunch (Summertown is the area about 10 minutes from the house if you turn right, all the other cool stuff is ...
So the big question: where to go? There's the obvious backpacky places - Thailand, Oz, NZ. But top of my list, and first place to hit (I fly 30th September) is Japan. I think the sensory overload of a bustling Tokyo, contrasted with the serenity of the old world is fascinating. Plus when I was a kid my old man went a couple of times and I really got into the stories of the samurai and stuff like that. I also spent a few years ...
... the booking down to the reception girl and she did a back check for me only to find that I had been booked in for the 15th March and had been registered as a 'no show' and charged the 80 pounds - non refundable. She was very apologetic as I had the paperwork for the 15th April clearly in my hot little hand. She refunded me the money and I am to pay it on leaving. I'm glad I keep good records! Ready for sleep now but need to do a bit more for my presentation in the ...