Premier Inn St Neots A1 / Wyboston
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... some time exploring the nearby streets and taking some photgraphs of the buildings. It was then back on the bike to continue the days journey towards Nottingham. This time the GPS was set correctly and northward bound we went. An hour or so later we arrived in Nottingham which turned out to be a rather large and very busy city with one way streets everywhere and traffic lights that appeared to be placed every 10 metres (exaggeration ...
... description of this special place:
"in the mid-18th century, a foreign visitor looked down from the top of the Ivinghoe hills and recorded that the vale below Ivinghoe Beacon was neatly laid out in meadows like well kept gardens. ...... Today, the scene is beautiful in a different way. The small hedged fields created by enclosing the land are reminiscent of the works of pastoral water-colourists. Lying on the Icknield Way, close to the ...
... Bletchley repeatedly commented that they never told anyone about their work for decades after the war.
A constant throughout the history of the last three thousand years of western civilization is the masses allowing themselves to be herded like mindless sheep, standing idly by while megalomaniacs commit indescribable atrocities against their fellow man.
Yes, but how many had to die before its assurance was realized.
... to the beach itself! But, what a place for an early morning constitutional!!
But St. Mawgan only scratched the surface of the stunning scenery we saw in this part of Cornwall. There was the rugged desolation of Land's End (spoilt by the rabid commercialism); a fabulous hike from Holywell beach, via Polly Joke beach to Crantock beach, then ...
... gardens of luxembourg) which were gorgeous! Soon it was time for dinner and we found a place to eat near Notre Dame for our last night in Paris.
Unfortunately, Sunday it was time to leave but we our train wasnt until 4pm. We decided to go find macaroons we were desperately searching for to bring back a box to England. This and lunch wasted a good amount of time before it was time to head to the train station and make our way back to Hatfield to being ...