Premier Inn Milton Keynes South

Bletcham Way, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, MK7 8HP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bletcham Way, Milton Keynes, is near Bletchley Park, Gulliver's Land, Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway, and Xscape.
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    Travel Blogs from Milton Keynes

    F*** this place! I'm going travelling!!

    A travel blog entry by longshuffle on May 11, 2014

    ... of the country. There are a few nature reserves I'd also like to visit, just to strip back to the bear essentials with nothing but the natural planet around you, it's revitalising. I looked at 'off the beaten track' places to visit and I want to see some small towns in the middle of Vietnam that look interesting!

    I managed to get an approval letter from the Vietnamese government very quickly for my visa ...

    My own little Escape to the Country!

    A travel blog entry by sandraking on Jul 13, 2013

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    ... all the flowers were in full bloom and that the sky was a brilliant blue with no clouds to be seen.

    Our first stop, where we meandered along a quiet little laneway was Taynton. There are no shops, church or even a pub in Taynton. It consists solely of a number of beautiful old houses that have been restored and renovated in the true style. I had a chat to a lady who was cutting back her roses and she explained that a lot of the houses ...

    Hi Ho Silver and Away!

    A travel blog entry by shankspony on Aug 15, 2012

    ... up and take some cuddles from Bronwyn back home for me to pass on. It was mid afternoon by time we got back to Jo's and she was just heading out with Thomas for a turn round the park. We let her do that while we attempted a trial pack, knowing that we wouldn't have any time on our last day to do so. Well, lucky we did. And lucky we had the auxiliary bag to take the overflow! We haven't bought that much at all (honest!) simply because it's been more about racing round ...

    Bletchley Park

    A travel blog entry by gowz on Aug 08, 2011

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    ... for commercial transactions. It was not new – built in 1924 – but was easily transportable and the German armed forces universally adopted it - luckily with few modifications. The Enigma had a clever three rotor system for scrambling ordinary messages. These were typed on a keyboard and variable starter settings on the rotors produced a scrambled message, which was then read off a second, lighted keyboard. The result was then copied, transmitted ...

    Home sweet home!

    A travel blog entry by prathab on May 05, 2011

    2 comments

    ... br>
    Funniest moment: Spotting one of our drivers for the Bolivian Salt flats trip flailing his arms around and running towards our speeding 4x4 and then learning of his drunken fate from the night before being that he had driven one of the vehicles into a ditch and destroyed its front suspension.

    Favourite night: Partying in the torrential downpour on the beaches of Koh Samet, Thailand.

    Favourite bar: Utopia ...