Travelodge Milton Keynes Old Stratford
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... dating back to1567 and this is where the game of rugby originated. They have about 800 pupils and is now a co-ed school. The photo in the blog shows the beautiful architecture, and the school runs on old traditions handed down from generation to generation.
Interestingly, the town has always been know as Rugby, then the school was started, and only then was the game rugby initiated at this school by the pupils themselves.
The tour cost GBP15 and you ...
... Castle . We couldn't get get to see through all the castle because they were filming a documentary . This is the same place Harry Potter was made and Downtown Abbey. So we didn't do the tour of the castle but then decided not to walk the gardens which was another tour. We were running behind time to arrive in Edinburgh and just as well because as we walked out of the gift shop we saw all these very dark clouds heading our way ...
... inns and restaurants. Took the underground back to Piccadilly Circus to meet everyone for lunch at St James Tavern before seeing Blithe Spirit with Angela Lansbury. The farce was hilarious and Angela Lansbury great as always. Such fun to see her up close and personal. The entire cast was very funny together. Back home on the train trying to catch up with Phil and Betsy who arrived this afternoon but they caught a quick dinner somewhere and were off to bed. We tried ...
Thomas, our IT specialist, has recently been inundated with requests for dongles to connect teacher laptops to projectors around campus. Thus, dongle has become his new mantra, and Kate, myself, and several other members of staff have been brainstorming dongle songs for him. So far we have "Where my dongles at," "Teach me how to dongle," and "I whip my dongles back and forth." We've also developed some new jargon - anything really exciting or astonishing ...
... These first sections of the journey I'm predominantley doing with a backpacking tour guide. A few reasons for this: I've been told noone in China speaks English so getting anything done can be difficult, and Japan isn't really on the backpacker circuit (it is not cheap!). It also means less organisation upfront so I concentrate on other stuff before I go. From HK I fly out to Bangkok on 20th November. From here I'm going to wing ...