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Buckingham

What a great place!Had lunch at Almaries tucked away down a side walk.Very friendly and great food.Coffee Fantastic - Jo

Buckingham Market Days: Tuesday and Saturday - well worth a visit - Elias

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Marlow

Marlow is a fascinating little town with much to interest the traveller in its mixture of the old and new. In the High Street there are many old houses, but its most famous feature is the Suspension Bridge, built in 1831. Jerome K Jerome wrote much of Three Men in a Boat in the Two Brewers Inn in St Peter's Street, and Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein in a house in West Street in 1817. The town contains many fine Georgian houses and riverside walks, and is well worth exploring on foot

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Milton Keynes

The Xscape leisure centre is great! It has a real snow indoor slope for skiing and snowboarding, indoor rock climbing and plenty of restaurants and shops but avoid the Cineworld cinema there - the staff are totally incompetent (one lad took 25 minutes to make an icecream milkshake and still didnít get it right) plus it is not at all disabled friendly. Mark - visitor.

Great shopping centre fulfilling all Christmas shopping needs but the grid work street system is too samey with too many roundabouts and very little distinctive landmarks so is frustrating to drive around (best to stick to public transport). Kev - visitor.

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