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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      Day -3

      A travel blog entry by pandora205 on Mar 16, 2014

      1 comment

      A productive day so far, if I count sorting the garden, washing, getting suitcases down (tried two to see which was heavier/bigger) and adding to the 'to do' list. Oh, and tried my old walking boots (full ankle ones) to check my feet haven't grown/shrunk in the last five years. Fortunately they are still the same size as ever and my boots are 'comfortable' in ...

      The Ashmolean Museum

      A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 28, 2013

      72 photos

      ... the Porter for directions later, I found it with no trouble. It's actually a very attractive work, in a rather sentimental Victorian manner, and absolutely in place in the rather somber High Church surrounds of the College chapel. Apparently in an earlier age the College charged people to see it, and Holman Hunt was so outraged that he painted another copy and gave it to St. Paul's.

      We then tried to go across the road to the Natural History Museum, only to find it closed ...

      Bletchley Park

      A travel blog entry by gowz on Aug 08, 2011

      6 photos

      ... carefully organised homing pigeon breeding programme.

      Thinking that maybe the Germans would also use pigeons for communications, the British set up a defence network along the coast of specially trained peregrine falcons. Whenever a pigeon was seen leaving the coast and heading to Europe, a falcon was dispatched to zoom up and kill it! Of course incoming pigeons were left alone. But I guess there were a few innocent outgoing pigeons “shot” down.
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      Cheers Chaps!

      A travel blog entry by benjaminhadaway on May 31, 2011

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... bus was in a lot of traffic and it took 2.5 hours to get back.

      Basically I told Nicholas take me where he feels best. He used to work in a lot these places so we pub crawled to 4 different pubs before staying at one that had a live band. I ate at the first one and after ordering fish and chips I had to change my order because they were out of fish. Ok, britian, your a damn island, how do you run out of Fish, thats like saying Germany runs out of beer or Texas runs of ...

      Day seventy nine

      A travel blog entry by brianc on Jul 15, 2010

      ... The whole had the atmosphere of an English tea party on the lawns of a country home. And there was indeed an area set aside for just that. Bruce had a small area inside a tent marked for retailers only where he displayed just four of his hand made clocks on a white canvas yet he seemed to attract an enormous amount of interest. No doubt because they were so unique. But they were pricey. 3000 a clock. That’s about 150 an hour.

      We hung around for about an ...