Premier Inn Milton Keynes South
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... English county. I will be taking away two very memorable days and some of the most beautiful photos. We walked 45 minutes down a grassy lane turned left onto a country road through a farm gate and up a hilly paddock and came out at Hertfordshire and Ayot st Lawrence. The old church was destroyed and lays partially ruined. A highlight of the trip so far. Finished off by dinner at the local pub. Ducking so you don't hit your head on the roof. This is where the ...
... boot sort of way. Thanks Outdoor Shop, they've been great.
And talking of walking boots, they've got to have a deep clean, as have my walking shoes, as the kiwis are very hot on their bio-security. To the uninitiated, that means you have to show your gear and give it a disinfect if it could be contaminated by British soil. You are also ...
... his room when we arrived, because he was entirely too cooperative about us giving him the required 3 hour detention for missing check in, and we could hear her giggling in the background. But the best reaction of the night was when we knocked on a girl's door in Staircase 10 and were answered with, "Oh ****." We gave her a Starburst for making us laugh, and a detention for missing check in.
After we tracked down all the kids we headed out to ...
... and suits of Armour and the carvings and looking at the Thames and the valley below. It is a beautiful place.
As I mentioned, our tea was not the Platinum Afternoon Tea but it was delightful with some wonderful sandwiches, some delightful cakes and some candy crowns. Many of the cakes were decorated with the U.K. flag.
As it was raining most of the day, only a few of us walked down to ...
Some other interesting facts about Milton Keynes:
1. At least 17 ponds in Milton Keynes contain the scarce and protected Great Crested Newt
2. Central Milton Keynes’s shopping centre is in the Guinness Book of Records for being the
LONGEST in the World
3. Around 13 people a DAY move to Milton Keynes
Miranda and I are not going to be two of them
Although the sun was shining and it was a beautiful summer's day... this was lost on ...