Premier Inn Bristol City Centre King Street
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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I'm always struck by coincidences swirling around people people we meet.
Webs of connections -- threads linking people, times and places.
A cornucopia of life's bounty gathered over decades.
A basket interwoven with shared memories.
The trees bending with ripe apples at Snowshill, with the cider press oozing and dripping ...
I wouldn't miss it for quids!
It really is the season of mists and ...
... They apparently even handed out seeding calenders.
If you want to know more about the keep itself, you’ll have to ask Alexis, as she stole my audio tour player by means of asking nicely, and listened to the funny bloke all the rest of the way. Her english grades better be amazing.
We left the castle and ambled about the old town until we found the old Victorian market place, where we bought enough food to give us two homecooked meals. ...
... and saw some of the great sights, like the SS Great Britain, the Clifton Suspension Bridge, and Clifton downs. I also checked out the Bristol Museum and the Aquarium. The Aquarium was quite a nice change as I hadn't visited one on my trip yet. Lots of neat aquatic animals to see and check out. Found another famous Banksy art piece and hoping to see some more tomorrow before I head out!
... and down Porlock and it's 1 in 4 gradient. Stopped off near Bridgwater on Sedgemoor for a lunhch snack and finished up in Bristol at about 2.30, probably 2 hours later than we would have if we had used the M5 motorway.
Not the best week to have come and stay with Chrisand Tasha as they are moving house this weekend. Amazing that I rang boyhood friend Dave Butt on Tuesday night worried he might have moved on as the last I heard ...
... on how to take one bus to the town of Devizes, then transfer to another bus to Avebury. We traveled through several villages, many nearer Bath, having many older stone buildings. The countryside was very green and picturesque.
One and a half hours later we arrived in the World Heritage site of Avebury, which also seems to be a National Trust site. It is approximately 5000 years old, much older and ...