Travelodge Milton Keynes Old Stratford
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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 ...
... as we’d asked them if we could leave it parked there whilst we wandered into Oxford proper to pick up some passes we’d ordered etc. We left them the key though as they said they might need to move it…. Which turned out to be a slight problem as we only got 2 streets away and Larn remembered we didn’t have the paperwork necessary to pick up the passes as it was in the car inside the luggage……Damn… at least ...
... on his bed at his hotel (literally just the best experience of my life), and then headed to Oxford. I slept a lot.... Once we got into Oxford, we headed to the place where we are staying for the duration of our trip, with some family friends. We had a quaint dinner and dessert, and the house itself is adorable. Currently getting established in my room and will be off to bed... for a long time. ...
... 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.
... Lovely house that will be very grand once they finish the alterations.
As we were not due to fly out until 10.30 pm Ptoly took us for a look round St Albans, Unfortunately the weather wasn't very kind and we had to retire to the pub for an early lunch, David finished work early to come and join us.
Spent the afternoon packing before setting of to the airport about 4.30 pm so as to try and miss ...