Holiday Inn Express Taunton M5 Jct 25
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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... away under the seats. We took off on time and climbed high above the clouds and settled down for a 3 hour flight. The in flight movie was on but I caught up with writing my journal and Sarah read till the drinks trolley arrived, out cam the sandwiches and Sarah's inflated crisps! It was not long after eating when we saw our first snow and wow! Just another hour to go and we will be landing in Tromso where we are led to believe it is ...
... main course Sarah had Cajun Chicken and I had an old favourite - ham, egg and chips!!! We had also our only alcohol today and the meal was very nice and not overpriced. if you are flying from Gatwick we would recommend staying here as great value. After our meal we went back to our room to catch up with Emmerdale and then the final part of Silent Witness. Sleep did not come easy as really hot and some noise from the room up above us and altogether we were both too excited to ...
When we arrived in our Wells apartment it is a massive 3 story house with around 8 beds.
The next day we went and walked around the town. it looked really nice I liked it.
And we went to a palace and my sister and mum went in and my brother, dad and I walked home.
We went to Glasonbury Tor. It was very high above ground level.
It was so windy up there that my ear drums hurt so bad until we went to a restaurant for dinner.
... 33 and Dad had 35.
We went to the Roman baths. There was 9 statues of rulers and had an audio tour. I did not listen to all of it.
We measured it and to me it was 28 meters long and 13 meters wide.
We did a quiz and at the end we got a certificate. The baths were hot. With just a pump and a hot spring.
... difficult. Today, walking alone, I found myself even more confident with my map reading. Somehow when I'm with Debby I second guess myself, despite her committed support. Of course, there was the one moment today when I tried to cut through what appeared to be an overgrown path climbing up an embankment towards a stile I could vaguely see above me. It was only when I was half way through that I saw there were some steps rising up to this stile from a ...