Roman Rooms Hotel
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... pointed out that the same complex had a Bowling alley, a large Cinema complex, a Casino and large gyms as well as more than a dozen restaurants.
As I said earlier Milton Keynes is a funny old place but one thing is obvious, and that is that they don't do things by half. It is like nowhere else I have ever seen and I'm sure that as the population grows even bigger it may turn out to be a real city of the future, and will probably have its own spaceport.
... help. At the end of the aqueduct there is a busy turning point with lots of activity, hire boats and gift shops along with the Telford Inn, we head on over for a taste of the local tipple - Telford Bitter ( we are suckers for punishment!). The next leg is tricky as the canel is very narrow and as such a challenge to get a 55 foot long boat around bends with even narrower spots under bridges and then toss in boats up to 70 feet long coming ...
... to be so dramatic all the time.
Today began bright and early with a bagel from G&Ds, a smoothie from Boost, and a fan from Robert Dwyas (for MoCo residents, imagine Schanks Hardware, but with two levels). Yay fan! Hopefully the whole sleeping thing will be a bit more comfortable now. At 11AM we had our staff meeting in the office. Larry, Michael, and I chatted briefly about Blanca's stories from last night's ...
... back better, faster, *************ger and closer to my optimum. Whether this will be noticeable is besides the point.
I've always liked the fact that, in theory at least, I have no ties. An (expired) phone contract, and a cinema card. Of course it's not quite that simple. There's the friends I leave behind and I'm in a rocking band, that after a long time and a lot of effort we're at the stage where we can go out and gig and ...
... The chemistry buildings, each discipline had its own. They were several blocks down from the main college area and were clearly built in the 20th century. Again I was thwarted from visiting the building, but this time it was because it was a weekend.
I moved on to the Darwin museum they had near by. It was free and full of cool taxidermy animals and rocks. The best thing in there, a shetland pony. They are so cute and furry!