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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... 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 ...
... was badly timed, because it started to rain.
We passed through Winkwell Swing Bridge, and then had some difficulty finding a suitable mooring. Everything was very shallow, and when we did find a space which was deep enough, it was near a hotel with a loud band playing. We continued through two more locks before finding somewhere. Very soft ground, and a railway quite close, but otherwise OK. We met a guy called TJ who was living on a cruiser, who said he had ...
... on the boat, including an overnight trip into central London, where we moored and slept right next to Paddington train station, and another shorter trip just by ourselves. Mark got the hang of steering the boat and Katy was happy to be ‘the crew’ and do the grunt work of opening and closing the locks. Lola was happy to relax, bark at ...
... 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 ...
... So the photos in this entry are of some of those people that I met along the way. I am truly thankful to have met them all and really enjoyed sharing my journey with them and get pleasure from hearing about their experiences as they continue their own journeys. So to all of them and also all of you out there who have been reading this blog have a very Merry Christmas wherever you are in the world and look out for "Living the Dream Part 2" very ...