Premier Inn Bristol Cribbs Causeway
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Holiday all booked,including coach to Heathrow. Just under 5 weeks to go! Time to plan preparations in detail. Priority,however,is to finalise Marcia's talk to St. Arvans W. I. next week on last years NZ trip. Need to reduce her photo list from the current ...
... photos we walked closer to the Bay and discovered the "Ianto Shrine" at which Torchwood fans had left mementos and messages to a character who unforgivable died in the TV series.
Unfortunately the Dr Who Experience was closed (on Tuesdays) so we decided that we would go tomorrow but what to do today? We decided to walk back across the Marina Quay to Techniquest (like Scitech in Perth and Questacon in Canberra). We all had fun on the ...
... repair considering its history including being blasted by cannons in the Civil War by Oliver Cromwell. In a previous century it was the birthplace of Henry VII.
Moving on from Pembroke, we drove on increasingly major roads until finally using the M4 to drive into Cardiff (or Caerdidd in Welsh). It didn't take long to find the hotel IBIS Budget. We all had a laugh when we discovered what ...
... It was wonderful to walk through the displays admiring the intricacy of the work. The international artists are professional sculptors and carvers.
After checking out the festival we headed to our accommodation near Bristol Airport.
Today we caught up with Jane and Mike Sheldon, friends from Port Macquarie who are visiting family in the Somerset area. Mid-morning Jane and Mike arrived at our hotel by car to guide us to ...
... of seat for hanky) "oh, I'm sorry!" On the negative side, he was wearing maroon trousers and a green checked jacket, so that crossed him off my list of potential friends-for-life.
The countryside is just so pretty. No single island should have such a monopoly on pretty. Even the ugly bits are pretty - picturesque housing estates with matching brown tile roofs in lovely green fields, or grubby harbours with piles of nets and chains on the docks. But you won't ...