Travelodge Milton Keynes Central
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... 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 ...
... along the very fast motorway I was quite happy we’d made that decision so I didn’t have to participate in any navigations at that stage.
The car hire place wasn’t open yet but after 20mins standing outside waiting (and witnessing some quick change artists at work as Liane and Gwendols added layers) they let us inside to wait in the warmth until they officially opened. We did all the paper work, put our luggage in the car and ...
... pretty ingenious, don't you think?
Her friends are outstanding. Cathy is as sharp as a tack on wit and Mac was just hilarious. In fact, Mac and Mark together was a dangerous cocktail. Ginny is wonderfully creative, but fell asleep (mind you, we had been going 6 hours then) and Mike was also funny. Chris laughed more than I have ever seen him laugh ever before!!! We sat outside until it got dark around 9.30, so warm was the ...
... tuesday saw my worst ever round of golf but the brilliant golf course made it thoroughly enjoyable.
NIAGARA falls, yes they are as big and high as they look and i loveeeeeed every second. maid of the mist was like a rollercoaster on board a boat, nutttts. bit of casino loving then home for our last night out featuring kelly osborne?
chilling in toronto and trip up the cn tower filled thursday, third highest lookout in the world. pretty immaculate view ...
... 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 ...