Days Inn Sedgemoor
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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A good friend asked me recently if I was escaping or running away - that had me thinking. Why would I leave my wonderful circle of family and friends, my social scene and photography courses, a perfectly brilliant business like Express Imaging, with its fabulous team of workmates, my lovely house and car, the beautiful Roath Park and City of Cardiff to pack one bag and fly to the other side ...
Sorry for the chee-z title.. Struggling with being clever this weekend. For Easter weekend, we were lucky enough to have a 4 day weekend instead of the normal 3. I waited a little too late to buy plane tickets (they were insanely expensive) so I ended up staying in Oxford and doing day trips around England with some friends which ended up being really relaxing and fun. The past 3 weekends I have been traveling like crazy so it was nice just hanging out. The ...
... at Sally Lunn's, in the oldest building in Bath. Afterwards we continued wandering around Bath. The sun was back out, so everyone else was too. The deck chairs in the park also made an appearance. Ended on a high note at Jamie's Italian. Said good bye to Rebecca (for 3 weeks at least), then home. We have an early start ...
Today we had thought to go into Bath which meant an early start with Melanie, but the weather was a bit dubious so we decided to stay in Cheddar instead. As it turned out the weather cleared and we had another lovely day, which we made the most of. An example of what a small world it is - this morning I had a message from a friend who used to live in Tumbarumba, asking where we were, as she had seen some photos of us on Facebook. ...
... was actually quite well done, in particular because there was a very helpful docent who followed us around, explaining what we were looking at. His father had been a miner, and so he had a particular insight on the exhibits, as well as having grown up in the area in the forties and fifties when the mines were still in full gear (the last mine closed in 1973). In particular, we could explain the workings of the gus and crook means of hauling a sledge of coal out of the mine: a ...