Premier Inn St Neots A1 / Wyboston
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... and there is lots of easy access to and from the canal. Some of the houses are built alongside the water along with several parks too.
This week we have travelled further south and villages have been few and far between. Most days I have had to walk at least 25 minutes in the hope of finding a shop. Yesterday (Wednesday) we went through the Ivinghoe Locks and wondered if our friends, Nick and Dee, would be at ...
... Not just one shade of green, but everything on the spectrum from nearly black to pale yellow - its not warm, but its not bland either!! Growing up, I'm sure it was always like but that we now we live in Australia where the green is far less "in your face" it seemed almost photoshopped! Very nice!
Left for the Netherlands via Luton and EasyJet:
Luton airport - Meh!
EasyJet - ...
... computer science and artificial intelligence. You wonder where today's computer technology got its start. Alan Turing is the man.In recognition of the impact Turing and the rest of the men and women at Bletchley had on computerization, look no further than Google. The company is a major sponsor of the restoration and ongoing upkeep of Bletchley.
This tribute to motorcycle dispatch riders takes the collection of human capital just about as ...
... 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 ...
The thing is you see........I'm no PROCLAIMER; so walking 500 miles is just out of the question! But, I've committed myself to a 200 mile trek across the north of England and I need to get in shape. Ok, so I know that the Wainwright Coast to Coast Walk is across what is probably one of the narrowest bits of the country, but hey, it's still 200 miles. As it happens, I'm not exactly out of shape, what with doing ...