Premier Inn Milton Keynes Central
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... 6pm. It was this lovely little English village with one pub. Had dinner and a cider then off to bed. Next day we headed off to York. We took the scenic route instead of the M1 motorway, and it was well worth it. We discovered a little town called Spalding that had a lovely market square selling local produce. We bought up on blueberries, cherries and English plums all for $6. We continued on to a town called Boston again it had a ...
... of the Church here. The spirit of optimism is so heartening. While we have gone through our challenges of continuing, we have never been abandoned; we have even been shown by God that we will thrive and continue preaching the message that we always have and that this message will leave its intended mark in the lives of the hearers.
At 10 am the Fenney's, Marx's along with Bev and me met at Burston's Garden Center in St. Albans for a few hours to ...
... s comment was "so downton abbey"). It was later purchased and owned by several other owners before UGA purchased it and it got its red door...GO DAWGS!I'm rooming with the girls I flew over here with: Leah, Taylor, and Casey. The girls are really nice and I am glad I am living with them for the next few weeks. The best part about living with all of them is our room. We totally got the best room in the house. It's on the ground floor (which meant we didn't ...
... And it's not really on your own anyway is it? There'll be plenty of people to meet on the road with whom I can slip in with when I want to and disappear when I want to. There isn't the compromise of considering someone else, and with that much time spent in another persons company we'd properly either end up killing each other or burn each other out anyway.
I think that's probably enough waffle for this round. Next up the hit ...
... a tenner but of course that was only on weekdays and this is Sunday so we had to pay full price which was still under 8 pounds per meal. When we got back, our room was ready with the highest beds we’ve seen so far on this trip. I almost needed a ladder to get my stumpy legs into the bed. Very warm and comfy accommodations though.I went through my list of accommodations that I had paid for before I left Australia and this night had been charged to my credit card. ...