Premier Inn Milton Keynes East - Willen Lake
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Milton Keynes East - Willen Lake
Great food, great staff, lovely setting and reasonable prices. Great stay.
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... Its going to take forever. I reply: "How long will it take?"
Whew. He took us outside and told us where to go. It was quite nice of him to help us as much as he did, by leaving the bar and taking us outside to show us in a way that we wouldn't get lost. His directions took us through this shopping mall, but after a little bit more than 7 mins, we finely found where to go.
When we got to the theatre, we had to pick up and pay for our ...
... to become King of England. Lots of history right before us. I need to review all this --- sorry if some of the facts are not quite right. There are 30 manuscripts of the original King James Bible here.
Then we went to lunch in the picturesque nearby village of Welwyn. We have lunch at the Wellington, a restaurant or building, at least, established in 1352. We had the Sunday special -- roast beef with Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes and veggies. ...
... to feel extremely welcome by everyone there.
The trip to Oxford was based on advice that we use the "Park and Ride" and then to take an open top bus to look around the city. This worked very well. The park and ride location was on our GPS and only a few minutes away from Thame. Left the car there and caught the return bus to Oxford, for both of us it was 4 pounds. Then we took the open top bus which passes building after building with full commentary on the history and ...
... in a traditional English pub in Biggleswade. Then had a quick look at the National Trust house Wimpole Estate on the way to Cambridge. It was dark by the time we arrived so we just drove around looking at the beautiful old buildings of the university.
Finished the day driving to our accommodation which was a motel style on the motorway (52 pounds).
One thing we have done, however, is been out on the narrowboat owned by Katy’s parents.
We’ve been staying at them (and their dog, Lola), at their house in outer west London, which fronts onto a peaceful stretch of the Grand Union Canal. Lucky for them, their narrowboat is moored right in front of their ...