Lilleshall National Sports Centre
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- Breakfast Available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... belonged to a very influential person. With the fall of the Roman Empire the owners must have packed their bags and left, and trees, weeds and soil reclaimed the site until the 1800s. Before we got to the Roman villas we came through a beautiful little village called Yanwarth. What a cutie that was - will put up some photos. So now we are in Cardiff getting spoiled by Aunty Kath again before the big game tomorrow! Can't wait. Goodnight, ...
We spent he morning exploring both the Fashion and American museums. The American museum was set by 2 brothers , and is still privately funded. They display 50 quilts at a time from their selection of 350 . Some way out clothing at Fashion museum, from Georgian styles to Mary Quant. Nice lunch at the museum, and then a tour of Bath. The crescent, and Royal crescent are amazing. Free time in the afternoon, shopping at Marks and Spencer. Dinner in a pub , then ...
... most picturesque town I've been to yet, Bradford believe it or not! Then Weston super Mare gave me my first view of the Bristol Channel, and the sea since heading in land from Middlesbrough. My host Howard put on a hearty feast of chicken stew, noodles and chocolate brownie cake. Delicious! Thanks ...
A bit of a drive this am with our meeting at Harper Adams Agricutural university. Getting there proves a little tricky with a navigation issues, who knew that Paul is directionally challenged! With the directions we had there was a need to buy a map as the tomtom was taking us on some interesting roads, very scenic and we have seen a lot of England, more than we planned. Unfortunately the map didn't have the immediate ...
... were so I could tell what the climb would be like, and when we walked past it, it was shrouded in cloud so there would be no views.
We got to Dursley by 10.30 and found some lovely coffee and cake, then walked back up to the town's impressive market building. As we were leaving we met up with Euan and Rechelle who had just arrived, they were lathered in sweat, and Euan looked absolutely knackered. He said the climb up the Cam was so steep you had to use your hands as well ...