Premier Inn Milton Keynes Central
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... Turing's biography. We had booked two night's accommodation nearby so this was our first stop.
We arrived just before the 9-30 opening time. The site is attractive overall with extensive grounds and a lake surrounding the Mansion which is a lovely 19th Century building .After a coffee and cake in the café we set out to explore. There is a great Audio-Visual introduction inside Block C which was one of the scenes of much activity during the war.
... and Cambridge. In 1967 the area had a population of 50,000 and by 2014 this has risen to 250,000. The architects of the new city/town used the American grid roading system which makes it fast and easy to travel between the different districts. As well as retaining the quaint old English names for the main streets, they also have a number preceded by either H for horizontal, or V for vertical, so any streetsign will tell you instantly your location ...
June 4 2014 we begin yet another adventurous summer filled with hiking, biking and "touristing"in England's Cotswolds, Croatia's Dalmatian Coast, and the Champagne Valley in France. The Cotswolds we will explore on foot. The Dalmation Coast will be discovered via a yacht delivering us to several islands which we will explore on bike, followed by a road trip from Split to Plitvice Park and end with four days in Dubrovnik. Our six week trip will culminate in a week long bike and ...
... from the doctor's appointment around 10:30, and I was feeling a bit sluggish so I decided to lay down for a little nap. I woke up at 2PM to the sound of my phone ringing; it was Polly calling to find out where I was. I told her I was glad she called, because I slept straight through lunch and might have slept through my shift. I was in mid-REM cycle when she called, so I definitely would not have woken up on my own. I was having another ...
... Napoleon in the early 1800s. Now the tower has been turned into holiday apartments. We bought fish and chips at what is supposed to be the best fish and chip shop in England (they were pretty good) and ate them in the car along the shingly beach. It started to pour with rain and the car fogged up from the warmth of our meal and we couldn’t see a thing.
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