Travelodge Milton Keynes Central
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... VOA), which I would pay for and pick up on arrival. After much deliberation I decided to go for the 3 month multi entry visa, this gave me the flexability to go anywhere in S.E. Asia. I wanted as much freedom to roam as possible and this seemed like the best option for me.
After I'd tied up a few loose ends I was ready to go, which was handy because I had 4 days till I flew out there! EXCITED!!!
... and journalist coach at Ambassador. He was always and still is an animated person of deep feeling and conviction. We talked for several hours and parted in a most friendly way hoping to continue our friendship.
What a visit! Four very full and interesting days...can't believe we packed so much into this day. Tomorrow morning Barry Lavers is coming by at 7 AM to take us to London Heathrow Airport for our flight back to Philadelphia and Cincinnati.
... The bridge in my pictures is modeled after the Bridge of Sighs in Venice. The Bridge in Venice was connected to a prison, this bridge was created in Oxford because the owner of the house was too lazy to walk out the door and go next door!
... Teal' which turned out to mean magnifying glass. Found one in the men's gadgets section and also managed to come away with two EXTORTIONATELY EXPENSIVE fairy butterfly wands (not from the men's gadgets section). At £2.50 each, I'm sure that is 3 or 4 weeks' meals for you in Cambodia. By the time we got home they were more interested in bashing each other with the bunch of daffodils I picked up, wands lie forgotten in the car.
Until next time xxx
... and the reverse procedure adopted to read it. Thus, provided the starter settings were known (they were changed every day), and the internal wiring of the machine was known, any messages could be decrypted.
Luckily, some Enigma machines were liberated from occupied Poland (escaping Poles had thoughtfully uplifted some), and another one was captured from a submarine. So the wiring was known and copied. It remained to decipher the changing starter ...