Travelodge Milton Keynes Old Stratford

Address: A5 Old Stratford Roundabout, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, MK19 6AQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on A5 Old Stratford Roundabout, Milton Keynes, is near Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway, Xscape, Corsham Court, and Kempt Tower Visitor Centre.
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      A travel blog entry by valriley on Apr 21, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      Arrived home safely and on time after an overnight flight. The house is good and has been well looked after by our friends Freddie, Kevin and Ray, a great many thanks to them all. Think we may have to consider moving house as already tired of running up and down the stairs, our house is three storey but on six levels so every time you go out of a room you have to go up or down a flight of stairs. Travel bags are ...

      Being crazy : nightly bike adventures

      A travel blog entry by timothy.rooster on Nov 26, 2013

      14 photos

      ... I passed a sleeping bum under an unlit bridge. For once I felt lucky for being a male. As a result I would not have to worry (as much) about being sexually assaulted, and continued my rather dodgy route worry free.

      Day Two: So THIS is why I came here!!!

      A travel blog entry by kristinaclark on Jun 12, 2013

      1 comment, 31 photos

      ... of books. The library now has so many books that an offsight storage facility. The picture I have of the library is of the "Tower of the Five Orders". Each of the levels is a represents a classical structure: Tuscan Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, and Composite. The king is also up there with the patron saint of oxford and an angel who are giving the king wisdom. I think that's most of my fun facts for today. Enjoy the pictures.



      Get in the groove

      A travel blog entry by bbethell on Aug 26, 2011

      5 photos

      ... this trip is already planned for us (amazingly well planned that is) I wanted to try to do something independent. So tomorrow morning I will set out for Canterbury on my own! I will spend Saturday exploring the Cathedral and several museums, spend the night in my charming single room in a hotel right next to the Cathedral, go to church in the morning then head back to Oxford. Here's to my first try at traveling ...

      Bletchley Park

      A travel blog entry by gowz on Aug 08, 2011

      6 photos

      ... some other daily wiring changes that could be made manually.

      To do this, Turing’s Bombes were designed. These were a series of rotating mechanical cylinders that replicated the Enigma wiring and could be run to check multiple possibilities until a plausible result emerged – usually within two hours. The Bombes ran three searches simultaneously, each one running nine or more three rotor combinations – each rotor having 26 settings. ...