Ramada Encore Milton Keynes
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... Nearby we found our accommodation for the night, The Park Guest House which we had booked on line. It is only 96 pounds for two nights and is very comfortable except we had to lug the suitcases up two flights of stairs.
We then walked to the Garages where several vintage cars which were used in both films, Enigma and The Imitation Game were housed. Then it was onto the Cottages where the first codebreakers worked and then finally to the various Huts. Hut ...
... for a few hours on Sundays for people to see how everything works.
By then it was lunchtime and Andrew took us to the Xscape centre in the middle of town to have a lovely lunch at an Italian restaurant.
After lunch we walked past some interesting shops including one where you could climb a huge rockface inside the shop. We then got to the Snozone which was packed with teenagers skiing and snowboarding down the long slopes in the enclosed ...
... in time for a great tour with another couple from Perth Australia. Saw the Queens box and the light and buzzer that goes directly to the conductor so he knows exactly when she is standing in front of her seat so he can start "God SAve The Queen". Beautiful beautiful hall and well used not just for musical performances but tennis, boxing,ballet everything. The original design included a beautiful glass dome that took 18 months to build in Manchester, transported back to London and ...
... I was very excited that we would be going because it is just a spectacular piece of work and I was interested to see the play adaptation. I became even more excited when I found out that two of the girls, Liz and Carleigh, had never read a word of Jane Austen or seen either movie.
We got to Trinity about 20 minutes before the show and found a small stage surrounded by chairs about 5 rows deep. The stage was simple and upon reading the backdrops, I ...
... props and the make up and technical skill in the design and
creating the magical creatures. The research and the prototypes before the final result took months and each item had a story behind it that was fascinating.
We spent two and half hours on the tour but I'm sure we still didn't see everything and already feel the need to go back again; well there were five warehouses full of stuff including 5,000 ...