Days Inn Bristol M5
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... Trust cards.
We knew it was Ben Disraeli's country pad but had no idea it had played such a huge part in the War effort.
The dingy little map rooms, set up in what used to be some sort of ice house bunker, were home to map-makers creating intricate maps of Germany to be used in British bombing raids.
The intricate patterns of the formal gardens were almost as fascinating.
On a ...
For our last day in Cardiff, we took to the city on foot. The Castle was only a river, a bridge and an animal wall away, which we walked alongside under joyful queries. I can understand the confusion about the ant eater, but for some reason our offspring is constantly forgetting what a pelican looks like. The wolf and lion were favourites, and naturally, the castle was mostly interesting because of its many squirrels and fallen leaves. To be fair, the squirrels ...
... everything the tour guide on the bus says. Today we learnt it was a second-biggest city until 1800 when the boats grew to big to make it into the harbour. It was the first place to get bananas shipped in after World War 2. It’s zoo is the biggest zoo (outside a capital city in the UK)… yep, as it went on, the firsts & bests gained more and more conditions and disclaimers, to the point where something was called out for being ...
... so she decides she would play a game in order to entertain her during this time. She gets the biggest log possible (which is pretty bug considering she's holding it in her jaw). She places it at the top of the hill in line with me.... She lets it go as if to sabotage me and bowl me down like a skittle (at this point Badge and I are both screaming "NO WINNIE! DON'T DO IT! as if she;s going to care.) Now i'm somewhere in between crying because my life is about to end. Or wetting ...
... it shouldn't be sunny in October in England.
Then I wandered...don't know where, but I found Banksy's work on the wall. Apparently it had been pointed out to me by my friend on the first day I got here, but I was too oblivious to realise.
Then I wandered some more and found myself in a music shop. I went through all the music for SATB (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) to find songs that my choir at home should do ...