The Queens Head Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Queens Head Hotel Milton Ernest
Travel Blogs from Milton Ernest
... the VW and me following on the bike in order to drop the car back at the hire company. I made sure I stayed on Margs bumper like a limpet on a ship just in case she decided to keep the car for the trip to avoid the soon to be dreaded helmet hair. Thankfully the car was despatched without too many tears and we boarded the tiger and began our trip to meet up with our friends Greg and Kerrie at Morcombe prior to catching the ferry to the Isle on Mann for the TT. We ...
... an hour reading the papers and relaxing. From here we set out on the last leg of the day’s journey, disappearing once again through the footpath portal from civilisation into nature. And all by simply stepping off a busy road onto a canal path. This is the Grand Union canal – Wendover Arm. It was first watered in 1796 but has seen no boats since 1904, and by the looks of it today very few humans have passed this way. However, the canal is still a ...
What is truly stunning though is that throughout during the war, 12,000 people worked at Bletchley and its surrounding outlier locations and no one told. Absolute secrecy was maintained by 12,000 people for six years and beyond. If anyone in any capacity in Germany had had the remotest inkling that the codes for all three branches of their military had been broken, the jig would have been up, game over. There is an old saying, 'You know ...
... unaware. To be fair, I had turned my back on Steve so he couldn't see me struggling.........if I was gonna die, it wouldn't be of embarrassment!! Anyway, one last attempted swallow and John West's best was,mercifully, gone and normal service was resumed. In effect, I saved myself and Steve.........finished his lunch!
But all choking apart (geddit?), Steve and I really enjoyed ...
... but I only have a vague idea of where and what the facilities are like. And I know I'm there for, touch wood, ten weeks altogether.
To sum up how I feel about all this? I would say, right this minute, anxiety and nerves are definitely winning over excitement! I think my biggest fears are of being cut off from people at home and not meeting people in Ghana to help reduce this loneliness.
I must be looking forward ...