Milton Keynes Hotel
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Chrisscott stayed here on Nov 10, 2014 during their trip titled: Chrisscott's Great Adventure.
... at our first lock of the day, Pinkhill, I had to show the team how to operate the old style manual lock gates. They seemed to pick it up quite quickly. Now, throughout this leg of the journey we had a couple of "incidents" worth noting: firstly Dad tried to knock everyone off the boat by clattering both sides of a lock, then Mum smacked the stern against a bridge. It was all jolly good fun. Scott cooked pizza for lunch, which looked nice but I didn't get to have any ...
... built in 1785 for Sir William Elias Taunton, the town clerk. A century later ownership passed to one Thomas Randall, a thoroughly unpopular alderman who tried to restrict pub opening hours. We have now reached Folly Bridge, the southern entrance to Oxford. It was built in 1827 and used to be a toll bridge until 1850. It was also the start point of Lewis Carroll's picnic trip with Alice Liddell and her sisters in 1862 which was to be the birth of Carroll's ...
... dumped lounge suite at one point and at another the greenery is so heavy it's collapsing across the top of us as we pass. Leaving the village we walk across some drab farmland heading for a crossing over the A41 main road to return to the Grand Union Canal. It’s a colourless day today. It’s as if Mother Nature is having a rest. Yesterday she worked every conceivable colour and shade into our surroundings, but today she’s making us sit up ...
... are Land Rovers available, for a fee, to transport you around the outside of the village, down to the Red Lion parking area, from which you walk (or are wheeled) to a flat stony area. Red Lion customers also drive around the outside. There are 2 B&Bs in the village - you walk to them.
All supplies for the residences and businesses come in by flat-bottom sleds pulled by those same ...