Ramada Encore Milton Keynes
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... VOA), which I would pay for and pick up on arrival. After much deliberation I decided to go for the 3 month multi entry visa, this gave me the flexability to go anywhere in S.E. Asia. I wanted as much freedom to roam as possible and this seemed like the best option for me.
After I'd tied up a few loose ends I was ready to go, which was handy because I had 4 days till I flew out there! EXCITED!!!
... Paddington Station. Then a trolley cart came along with drinks and food! Fabulous! The train traveled quickly along the River Thames to London, and past some wonderful scenery. The fog was starting to lift and the sun trying to shine! Our first stop was Reading, where people alighted and boarded quickly. We had one more station before we had to alight. Then the fun began! Getting off the train was fine then we had to go down to the Underground, we had to go down the lift ...
... minutes away to the left). We couldn't find any adaptors so we went and got a little lunch. I had a chicken and bacon "toastie" which essentially cheesy bread as a sandwich with chicken, bacon, and more cheese in between. TOO TASTY!
After we came back from lunch it was time for a walking tour of Oxford with one of our professors. I learned so much in just an hour and it made me remember why I made this trek all the way across the pond: this city is ...
... through locks when the height of the land changes. One person manouvers the boat into the lock and keeps it steady once in the lock, and the other opens and closes the gates and operates the paddles on the lock gates to change the water level inside the lock so the boat can leave at the required water level.
We have been out a ...
... and the reverse procedure adopted to read it. Thus, provided the starter settings were known (they were changed every day), and the internal wiring of the machine was known, any messages could be decrypted.
Luckily, some Enigma machines were liberated from occupied Poland (escaping Poles had thoughtfully uplifted some), and another one was captured from a submarine. So the wiring was known and copied. It remained to decipher the changing starter ...