Ibis Rugby East
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we started off to Warwick Castle in Warwick, England. It was more of a tourist attraction than the other castles we've visited. Kelly and I really enjoyed all the stairs we got to climb. Even though we do so much walking, Kelly and I try to find as many stairs as possible to get in some good cardio. I'm kidding, it just happens that every …
Unfortunately, breakfast was equally poor. However, on tour there isn't much we can do about it. It is Mother's Day here in the UK, so the students surprised Allison and I with cards they had all signed! They thanked us for being their Scotland/England moms! :) We arrived at Warwick Castle at 10am and it was sunny and 12c! A perfect day to spend at …
Woke up this morning from a really good sleep. The rain has come! Knew that beaut weather wouldn't last long! Breakfast was amazing, walked into the dining room to a table full of fruit, yoghurt, cold meats, cheeses, pastries and then she gave me a full menu to choose from. Of course I ordered the English breakfast which was delicious! Couldn't go past having an almond and custard pastry too though. This hotel ...
About our blog: We are using this blog to document and share our experience. We will be visiting a lot of places in a short period of time, so we thought it would be good to keep a diary to remember the things we did and saw. The blog will also allow friends and family to be updated during our trip, and might help other people plan their own travels. About our adventure: Before ...
Dylan Thomas was an inveterate gossip and liked Laugharne because it was full of "colossal
Dylan's wife drank more than he reputedly did.
Laugharne's butcher's shop had more flies than sausages.
Laugharne - no Welsh spoken, had an English Congregational Chapel and an English castle to keep the Welsh out.
The light on the Taf estuary is amazing, hence the attraction for authors and painters.