Travelodge Milton Keynes Central

Address: 199 Grafton Gate, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, MK9 1AL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 199 Grafton Gate, Milton Keynes, is near Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway, Gulliver's Land, Xscape, and Willen Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Milton Keynes

Great Holm

A travel blog entry by winkie on Apr 06, 2014

... love cocktails. For my last meal I was cook a beautiful leg of british lamb with all the trimmings including Yorkshire puddings (going to be making them for everyone at home). Must admit that I am missing dads lamb, I haven't had a lamb chop on a barbie since I left. This will be the first request when I get home that is for ...

The Ashmolean Museum

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 28, 2013

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... of day. We were sitting near a family (parents our age; adult son) of Sefficens and swapped hometown details and so on. There was a superficial continental breakfast on one side, and a really serious "full English" in the "pantry" on the other.

I had discovered, to my surprise, that the famous Holman Hunt painting "Light of the World" is in the Keble College chapel. We went in to look for it, but couldn't find it; I think it was covered with sort of shuttery things, because when ...

Bletchley Park

A travel blog entry by gowz on Aug 08, 2011

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... and especially the pigeon) survived, a message could be sent home. On numerous occasions this resulted in crews being rescued from ditchings in the North Sea, thanks to pigeons conveying their positions home.
Pigeons were regularly used by secret agents for communications home, and pigeon capsules were parachuted into occupied countries, especially France. Luckily there were lots of homing pigeons available, thanks to the British fetish for this sport ...

Cassiobury Park

A travel blog entry by hazelgault on Jul 27, 2011

Moved a little further along the canal. Can't believe we are STILL inside the M25 ring. We are getting a lot better at going up double locks singly and keeping the boat tucked safely against the lock wall. Arrived at Croxley Green and went for a lovely walk ...

Day seventy nine

A travel blog entry by brianc on Jul 15, 2010

... organised exhibitions such as this. It even had a helicopter circling overhead. We reached the entrance at last where we paid our fees and went in search of Bruce the clockmaker. The huge marquees enclosed displays of the finest in British workmanship and there were numerous workshops where you could ‘have a go’. There were displays of jewellery, pottery, woodwork, glassware, beads and metalwork. It was really an upper class market displaying the skills of the ...