Holiday Inn Express Swindon City Centre

Address: Bridge Street, Swindon, Wiltshire, England, SN1 1BT, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Bridge Street, Swindon, is near Swindon Designer Outlet and Barbury Castle Country Park.
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    Onwards and Upwards

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Sep 15, 2014

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    ... five roundabouts in one, creating a swirling vortex of car chaos that I was quite thankful not to have to drive through. I tell you people in the UK really know how to drive. We get quite mollycoddled back home with automatic cars and long, wide and straight roads.

    We hit up the gym in the early afternoon at the Swindon Marriott. The gym was quite swanky, with each treadmill having it's own television screen. Even the changing room was nice, with ...

    It's the final countdown!

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 25, 2013

    ... curfew. The couple got angry at Larry and started criticizing the students, and Larry basically told them not to talk about our students that way. Then, to quote Larry, "The man puffed up his chest and got all manly in my space." Emma said it was upsetting but also kind of funny. So the first thing I did when I got into the office (after picking up Starbucks) was to make a Hulk poster with Larry's face on the Hulk's body ...

    The Pen, the Bard and the Castle

    A travel blog entry by latha.kumar1 on Jul 15, 2012

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    ... it's bloody history of executions and also it's part in history as the current keeper of the crown jewels. Originally the white tower was the only building in place, having been built by William the Conqueror in the 11th century after his successful invasion of England in 1066 A.D. He was the first King of England (England was made up of many kingdoms until this war) and was crowned at Westminster Abbey, a tradition that continues today! The white tower was ...

    Bath Grandeur

    A travel blog entry by denfrancis on Sep 24, 2011

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    ... to the public.

    The Crescent overlooks Royal Victoria Park, an expanse of lawns with a bandstand, bowling green and tennis courts and the pavilion Cafe at the end closest to the town and Queens Square.
    Walking away from the town, along Royal Avenue, leads you to the Botanic Gardens. I'll have to visit them another day, as I had walked far enough.
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    The Oxford Tube

    A travel blog entry by kristen.hilbert on Jan 07, 2011

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    ... had ancient artifacts from all over the world and from all sorts of time eras, even thousands of years BC, to the present.

    So, for tomorrow, one more look at Buckingham Palace (since I only got to see it at night), and another walk around Chinatown. Then Alec is taking me to some marketplace... so we'll see how this compares to the huge Camden Market.

    We only part to meet again,

    -Kristen
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