Brook Madison Hotel
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... Cardiff is probably a very nice city and the Welsh people are no doubt gorgeous, but we didn’t want to go to Cardiff. When it was confirmed that we were on the wrong train we bolted down the aisle, grabbed our overnight bags and went for the door. There was no handle inside but a window in the door was open. The train started to move. Panic set in and just for a moment Karen thought about jumping through the window. Instead, we just stood there thinking how long it would take us ...
... three attractive bridges, all with different designs, and through open countryside as well as a tree lined section close to Swindon.
On the morning trips we watched herons, which flew over, then circled round and followed us, probably hoping to catch fish disturbed by the wake of the boat. I was not quick enough to take a good photo!
... we waited for all the students. I showed Ruth the blog tonight too, and she seemed to like it. We only had two students late for check-in. The boy had gone out to get Kabob Truck Man food and got stuck in line, and the girl fell asleep in her friend's room and didn't wake up until 11:50PM. Ugh. Set an alarm! But after that we locked up the office and it was an easy peezy lemon squeezy closing.
Bedtime with my new fan. Holla! Nighty ...
... inside and enjoyed a cold drink, while there we found a map and marked out where we'd been. We discovered we had cover most of Oxford and seen most of the places we wanted to see. We made a list of where else we wanted to go. There were only two more places we wanted to see. Christ Chruch and Trinity College. Christ Church was an amazing old building (like so many in Oxford) but also has produced thirteen British Prime Ministers and has ...
... may lay beneath the earth. The excavation is still continuing and covers a massive area comprising of a great bath, sacred spring, temples, peoples baths, worship areas, courtyards, spring overflow and drain and suites of roman baths. Was really interesting to learn about the set up and how this was probably a major socializing event for the romans, taking a sauna, massage and then bath all while able to worship at the temple. Some ...