Premier Inn Cheltenham West
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... living out of a backpack for five months will take some getting used to! So, we'll try not to make this blog too boring for you and try to upload one fairly frequently. No doubt there will be plenty of fun and eventful stories to be told and hopefully you'll enjoy being able to read about these. It's mad to think, as I look out the window at all the snow, that our next blog will be written in 34 degree heat in Bangkok. Rob and Chelsea X ...
... and switched it on (heat and hot water very necessary!). Worked out lights,found the kettle,made a cup of tea,hot shower and into bed!
the house is big..5 bedrooms, but very easy living..nothing seems complicated.its a 10 minute walk into the town and a 15 min walk home (hill).i have walked in every day and familiarised myself with the town. On Sunday there was the farmers market with lots of people ...
... of the finest Roman mosaic floors in Britain. Much of the villa still lays under the grass as the centuries slowly took back the land. We enter what once was the sumptous dining area. The mosaics are beautifully restored, each individual piece adding new dimension to the expansive floor. To think that Romans once walked where we now stand.
As we walk around we see an archaeological dig taking place. They have just recently, within the last 4 days, uncovered ...
... had to travel to Wales to play in a village knock-out competition, so the club has had to trot out a mixture of the first and second grade teams. Oh joy !! We lose the toss and the opposition bats on what looks like an absolute belter of a batting track with a lightening fast outfield. Their openers tee off, their middle order tees off and it was very quickly apparent that minimising the number of boundaries is the order ...
... this in NZ??? If we had the room I'd buy us all one - I think they're hilarious. They're HUGE over here, all the stores sell them. At night the children and I attempt to make Christmas trees out of an old magazine - by George we do it. Looks great. Takes up no room. A lot easier than the effort I go to at home putting up all the decorations. Might be into something. Reading a nonsense book to Mac, about a 13 storey treehouse, which he's loving, think he might want Paul to whip ...