Goddard Arms

Address: 1 High Street, Swindon, Wiltshire, England, SN1 3EG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 High 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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    ... staying with my friend Sharena in Swindon. Following our trip to Swansea, we spent a few days relaxing in Swindon. I got to hang out with, or meet, so many great people. I spent time hanging out with Sharena's friend Jo, who had visited Durham a few months ago. It was really nice to be able to catch up with her.

    I was also able to gain a greater incite into Sharena's life by meeting a few of her family members. On Sunday we spent a good part of the day ...

    The Time of Your Life

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 27, 2013

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    ... with the faculty in the Hall at 7PM. They served curry, and I actually didn't like it, but I ate as much as I could to not look rude. Then I just ate a lot of fruit. I sat with Tom E. Philosophy Will, and Maud, the Art History teacher, and we talked about everything from my bizarre dreams to the students' illnesses during the program. We were all at dinner for a few hours just hanging out and chatting - more teachers came and told me they liked a cappella - and ...

    The Pen, the Bard and the Castle

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

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    ... boasts the worlds largest Trabuchet (catapult), the favorite weapon of destruction during medieval times. They were creative in using the medium of destruction, switching between balls of fire, dead animals aimed at the water source (what better way to kill a population than disease) and better yet, the severed heads of soldiers who had dared try to thwart the invasion. This bloody human history continues when we went to the Tower of London but that will come ...

    Bath Grandeur

    A travel blog entry by denfrancis on Sep 24, 2011

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    Beyond the commercial centre of Bath you will come across Queen Square and walk up the hill (Gay Street), past the Jane Austen Centre to reach the Circus - a circle of 18th century mansions not far from the Museum of Asian Art and the Assembly rooms and bath Costume Museum.

    Unfortunately it was overcast and the buildings were in shadow. I took the ...

    Morocco and the U.K.!

    A travel blog entry by ekidd31 on Jan 18, 2011

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    ... the Royal Mile and we went near to the Edinburgh Castle and Edinburgh University. I was so impressed by how warm and helpful the Scottish were whenever Jenna and I asked for directions. They really seemed to want to help us out, even if we sometimes had difficulty understanding their strong accents. Once again, we stayed with amazing people through couchsurfing! Mark and Heather had both lived in Edinburgh for a really long time,and they were so welcoming and helpful! They even ...