Premier Inn Milton Keynes Central
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After rushing to the train, we found a place where Emily and I could sit. We ate our burgers as we had an hour train ride. I really enjoy traveling by train. Its quite relaxing.
While on the train, as Emily slept, I read the program for Matilda. There was a section all about the making of the show, and how they turned the book into a musical. I was actually quite interesting. As it was fairly dark out, i couldn't really have looked out at the countryside.
... Dark Ages. Everyone thinks it was this period of ignorance and illness and death before the Renaissance came and saved everyone, but actually the Middle Agers accomplished some amazing things during those years. I also found a display called "Save Wolsey's Angels," which intrigued me. It seems that Cardinal Wolsey, of Tudor fame, had four bronze angels commissioned for his tomb. But then Henry VIII got mad at Wolsey for not getting rid of his wife ...
... along the Ver River, at one time boundary of Ambassador College that led to the old Roman city of Verulamium, now St. Albans. At one time this river was more wider and Roman galleys were said to have sailed on it.
Then it started raining and some hail began to fall! We started back for our hotel...fortunately the rain stopped. It was a good walk and I got lots of photos.
David Gunn and I then decided to drive to the Hatfield House ...
... pretty ingenious, don't you think?
Her friends are outstanding. Cathy is as sharp as a tack on wit and Mac was just hilarious. In fact, Mac and Mark together was a dangerous cocktail. Ginny is wonderfully creative, but fell asleep (mind you, we had been going 6 hours then) and Mike was also funny. Chris laughed more than I have ever seen him laugh ever before!!! We sat outside until it got dark around 9.30, so warm was the ...
... programs like 'The Internet will ruin your life' etc. We live in a nanny state, but they live in one which encourages fear of the unknown and a reliance on pills/vitamins for everything. Everything seemed to have a pill, and it was very weird seeing medical adverts for hospitals etc on the telly.
That being said, I think Martin and I could see ourselves settling down in the USA one day, and if not, I certainly hope we go back. Until then, the search for imported Cheetos ...