Premier Inn Cardiff (Roath)
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... piece of tile and it was identified as part of a Roman mosaic. Work began immediately on a dig, and this villa was eventually brought to the surface. What amazes me is that these people had such a sophisticated plumbing system, hot baths and spas, toilets with flowing water. In between this period, from 400 AD to not long ago, plumbing in houses became non-existent. In the old houses we have seen on our travels dating from 1500 onwards there ...
... most picturesque town I've been to yet, Bradford believe it or not! Then Weston super Mare gave me my first view of the Bristol Channel, and the sea since heading in land from Middlesbrough. My host Howard put on a hearty feast of chicken stew, noodles and chocolate brownie cake. Delicious! Thanks ...
... by soft play, air hockey. Afterwards we went swimming, that was pretty amazing, lazy river, slides, children's area and whirlpools. They would have stayed in all day, we had to tell them a little fib that our colour had been called so that we could get them out. Afternoon was spent walking across the road to the beach, didn't stop very long as it was very cold. Then back to the fairground for different rides ...
... make over I would hate to have seen it before. We were the only people in the park and we did not try any of the rides. Even though the park was ****, the beach and surrounding area was very nice.
On the way back to camp we went through the parklands. There were lots of squirrels running about. We had brought a loaf of bread and they came right up to us to take the bread out of our hands. ...
... headlands, presumably from WW2, arriving at 12.45pm, after a smooth crossing. We have rotated to the front seat of the bus (for the ferry crossing). Travelling in South Wales we headed to Swansea, skirting the coal mining valleys and the iron ore hills. Many deep water ports were developed along the south, which are lesser now, with the closure of the 650 coalfields and iron ore mines. The area has been regenerated into green space, ...