Premier Inn Milton Keynes South
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... blend of film and audio effects right throughout with soundscapes outside as well as film clips and sound telling the story inside.
Our final stop was in Block B which housed a museum including a rebuilt Bombe which Turing invented to crack the Naval Enigma codes. One of the guides gave a very interesting talk and explained how both the Enigma Machine worked and how the Bombe was able to run the combinations needed to decipher it.
... Under the old painted walls inside they discovered medieval paintings on the walls which showed people who had travelled from all over the country to visit a statue at the Abbey which was supposed to have special healing powers. It is now being reroofed and has a listed grade 1 building status to protect it for future generations. The weirdest thing on the site was a carved monk who you wouldn't want to walk up to on a dark night.
We then drove ...
... is another story. We walked through Hyde Park after settling in, found a neighbourhood pub Sawyers Arms, and met up with Carolyn and Tom for a quick dinner before they had to leave for a play. At that point we were ready for bed... 7:00! It's going to be a long night. Our hotel has a broken key machine so we have no room key and have to rely on the busy front desk personnel to let us in our room whenever we come and go. There are no towels ( they promise the towel truck ...
... trip on Friday. Tonight the students signed up for which walking tours they wanted to take during their free time. The sign up was a bit crazy at first, but we quickly developed a system of check in first, then sign up, and it worked out fine.
So now I am off to bed. A lot of students are catching summer colds, and one of the ADs has it too, so I'm hoping lots of sleep will help prevent my catching it too. Don't want to be sick for London! ...
... and enjoyed going round the shops in Watford High Street and treating ourselves to a few bits and pieces for our pampering evening.
But the real excitement came when we got to the studios and immediately were captured and enraptured into Harry Potter's World from the cupboard under the stairs at Privet Drive to the awe inspiring 1.24 scale model of Hogwarts Castle. We began at the Great Hall with ...