Premier Inn Milton Keynes South
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... about this. I managed to find a Foreign Exchange shop and they vended me one there and then. That was a major weight off my mind, as long as I had access to money out here I was fine.
The next few days I was reading and studying the Lonely Planet's Vietnam Guide, learning a little bit more about the place everyday, there are a couple of places I'd now like to make sure I see, places with culture and learn ...
... All Souls College in the heart of the city. It was built at the heart of the University of Oxford, on the High St and stands next to the 'University Church' of St Mary the Virgin. The foundations were laid in 1438; the four-storey gate tower and the two-storey ranges either side of it remain essentially as built. We climbed the University Church of St Mary's spire for a view of ...
... cafe, mais non!-but at a restaurant Claire chose, The Delaunay, a sleek black-white-and-beige place,newly remodeled, with the feel of a 1930's ocean liner. Only better. And with better food. The freshest--which is to say, the only even vaguely fresh--vegetables I ate in London.
Then the three of us walked and walked across central London, near Covent Garden at one point, closing in on a place where Claire buys tea ...
... the canal towpath, and watch us do all the work. Cruising on a narrowboat is a sedate, gentle activity - don’t expect to get anywhere fast - you can’t often go much faster than walking pace, specially in the crowded canals around London! We’ve enjoyed the pace, and got the hang of the jargon (and ettiquette!) that comes attached ...
... were needed for code cracking. It was not a small show: some 3000 people worked there in three shifts every 24 hours – most of them women engaged in tedious cipher transcriptions, entries and checkings, and operating the noisy, clattering Turing Bombes.
The big deal at Bletchley, and indeed a major war winning outcome, was the cracking of the Enigma cipher machine. Oddly, this device was not originally a military one but had been developed ...