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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... early start for Note and we felt it would be out of the question but we also knew it would upset Note if we tried to refuse. She messaged back, ignoring our refusal, saying that she would be collecting us and, after much deliberation, we very gratefully accepted.Packed and ready to leave at 2 minutes to seven we hugged Jamie our goodbyes in his flat (saves me getting too emotional) and staggered out of the lift just as Note was entering the foyer. ...
... s say 2.5h at a time , it's all good! Milk + cereal = lunch for a week. 1 week in I have accepted elevators - meat - milk - public transit - Ohh and iv come to terms I will wear my underwear more than once.... I am in Bristol now, the bus was horrendous. I kept my vomit in. Back in Bath today I saw the circus, a group of homes all attached in a circle, with greens in the little. Royal crescent - a bunch of homes together in a semi circle, all with ...
... the full museum. I found the museum tiring simply because the lighting is dim and the rooms are warm, but that should not take away from the expereince itself. It is full of rich and educational information, and if you are someone who loves to learn (like me) you will definitely enjoy it.
That night we had dinner at West Gate, with some other international friends we had made back at Exeter. Good pub food, and nice atmosphere. Great for an easy dinner. ...
... was good in a teacher who was preparing us for if we ever wanted to cook professionally. She could also get frustrated, but in general she was patient, knowledgable and helpful. Roger is Lou's husband. At work during the day, he would join us for dinner. Full of information, he loved to talk and teach us things and made for very interesting table conversation. He would also help us clean up after dinner, and his super speed would make our lives much easier. I ...
... Not being entirely mercenary about money, this decision was also swayed by a log fire, use of a car, a TV to watch the Queen’s speech, a dog and family members in the locality; not necessarily in that order.
Christmas for us was just for us and it was wonderful. I didn’t even mind the nauseating bus journey to avoid the extortionate train fare. On Christmas morning we walked the dog, swapping Christmas greetings and ...