Premier Inn St Neots A1 / Wyboston
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... does actually fit. Including the entire pharmacy I've decided to take with me. Can never have enough Imodium I've been warned! The discussions with Sarah about whether we should take a washing line sum up our thinking. I think we need to get into the 'travelling' mindset and fast! Wow, this crazy idea about doing some wandering across the globe has turned into something real and it's happening! Nervous? Excited? I'm not sure i know, I just want to go ...
... trains or other public transport to make the whole trip. It’s as if they can’t entirely give up the car drug of dependence and need to feel they are still going by car, even though it will then idly sit in a car park while they catch the train.
Our train trip only takes four minutes, just time for us to recount the amusement with which we listened at breakfast to an aging American executive briefing a new German sounding female sales manager. There was ...
... deduce the Enigma settings for the day. They would then apply those settings to a modified Typex machine -- the British equivalent to the Enigma -- and type the enciphered message. if they'd got it right, plain German text came out, in groups of five letters. All of that day's intercepted messages on that network could then be deciphered using the Typex, and the Bombe could start on the settings of another network.
"The Bombe sped ...
... Colin and June couldn't resist helping a couple of little kids get their kites up into the air. It was a good Sundays outing and a prelude to a Sunday roast meal at the Fishery Inn in Hemel Hempstead where the huge servings were too much for me, and I had to leave a big roast potato on my plate. In fact for the first time in my life I couldn't even handle a ...
... to qualify in medicine at Cambridge! His somewhat bizarre cures included an amazing treatment for epilepsy, whereby he fired two pistols close to the head of the unsuspecting patient, intending to 'scare' the epilepsy out of the body....even if the epilepsy was cured, the patient was probably permanently deaf thereafter! Anyway, this didn't stop the crackpot Dr. Butler actually becoming chief physician to King James ...