Hotel Ibis Gloucester
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Car park cost £51.40 On the M11...A10...A505 (Royston, Baldock)...A1...Hatfield Tunnel...M25 Stopped at the Oxford "Services" -(Starbucks, Burger King etc); we shared a BLT sandwich, mum had coffee and I had an iced frappé = $20 - nothing like having a "captive" audience! There are mobile food and drink vans at road sidings that are on the side of the road ...
Today I've realized I have an addiction, wait....it's actually a problem I've always known I've had but am just watching it gear back up again and oh boy it's coming at me full fledged. Addictions take you away from all the things in life you're suppose to be getting done, they cloud your mind so you can't seem to focus on anything else. Since coming back from Spain, the second time in a month, I've been unable to think about anything else but going somewhere. I must be ...
... It is amazing how psychology works you know. We only had 65 miles to go today and only a couple of climbs of mention, so an easy day by the standard of the last 9 days. So we all decide that the right thing to do would be to push through to Ross on Wye and finish as early as possible and then have the rest of the afternoon to rest and recover etc. We set off at about 9.30 after a leisurely breakfast overlooking the world famous Iron Bridge and we were going to ...
... paraphernalia of the period (music, sounds, smells of garage oil, posters, celebrity figures, and toys). It covered the period from the early days of "personal transport" to roughly the 1960's, including bicycles, tricycles, motorcycles, scooters, and pogo sticks! The museum was packed with memorabilia from tiny toys to full-sized gasoline pumps from years gone by.
A young woman we met on the train ...
Sunny! Went to explore Upton on Severn, which is a lovely old town. We found an old fashioned sweet shop and bought a few things.
Quote from the Nicholson Guide: "The 'new’ Church of SS Peter and Paul was built in 1978, on the edge of the town – a good place for it." What do they mean by that comment I wonder? We called in and found a lady called Margaret who was arranging the flowers, and had a lovely chat with her. Apparently ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking