Travelodge Milton Keynes Central
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Thanks L & L for hosting us for the evening, and educating us on your home town, it was really great seeing you and the family after all these years. We were so proud to see that Josh is still a die hard Springbok supporter.
On Friday on route to Newcastle we stopped in the town of Rugby which is a hidden gem.
We were lucky enough to arrive in time for a tour of the Rugby school. This school has the most ...
... warm. Onwards to York arriving at 5:30 pm. Our B&B was just lovely. Bus ride into town for a quick walk around York Minster and dinner at a pub. After a sound sleep and good breakfast it was another morning in York. Again the weather was sensational. Walked around an area called The Shambles. This is old buildings overhang onto lane ways. Bought some pork pies for lunch. Left York for Edinburgh around midday.On the way we stopped ...
... hard to keep from nodding off. Guess jet lag is still in effect. June7 This morning we met Kirk and Betsy at breakfast. We each went our own way until meeting for lunch in Piccadilly Circus. Dennis and I took the underground to the Millennium Bridge to start our Jubilee Walk last year when we were here we did part of it and completed it today. We walked along the river walk up to St Pauls church, to Tower of London and Tower Bridge and to St Katherine's marina which has ...
... or stop by the college bop for a dance, but make sure you don't get squiffy and bladdered and end up sick in the loo with your key bobs lost. If you get any mail, you'll find it in your pidge. If you get a cut, wrap it with some plasters from Boots. If you're off to the football pitch, don't forget your studs. And if you're feeling crafty and want to cut some paper, use the ...
... where I really get to make a difference. Now that I'm actually on the verge of doing so, the reality of the task ahead is more than a little daunting. What I'm going to do sounds so romantic and heroic but in reality it's going to stretch me to my very limits. It's going to be hard and sad, frustrating and overwhelming. I really don't know if I have what it takes.
But it will be so worth it. God has been teaching me recently about living in his strength. ...