Premier Inn Coventry / Nuneaton
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We've arrived. We've done it. Portland, OR, USA to Leicester UK, overland by bus and train as far as practically possible. We feel happy. Here are the interim stats...
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Living in a dorm with no common room really takes a toll on the development of a social life. I decided that I needed to go out and make some friends so I attended the Zoology quiz and bar crawl. I like animals so I thought I would enjoy spending time with people who also like animals. What I didn't know about the event was that we were all supposed to show up in animal costumes. I went in regular clothes and everyone else ...
... to travel 1000's of miles away to a really unfamiliar place for 10 nights!
At the same time I'm really excited because I'll get to spend time with everyone on my course and build some really great friendships. I'll also get to meet loads of new people from a range of different backgrounds, including some Canadian students from Toronto's Ryerson University! I'll be taking my passion of helping those who are the most oppressed in society to a totally beautiful and interesting ...
... bandwagon, shedding cash by the boat load whether they had it to spend or not, and irrespective of actual need. The rationale for this is twofold, firstly to ensure the siege of Christmas was survived without family members falling foul of malnutrition (well the shops were closed for one whole day) and secondly and perhaps more importantly, needing to top up the 'loveometer' by means of bestowing an inordinate amount of gifts on our nearest ...
... to God to profess an oath to another. We are a peaceful people who believe in "that of God in every man" and they refused to serve in the army. This was a bloody time in England’s history and as a result they were persecuted and denied opportunities in the government, law, and medicine. So they became businessmen. They were honest and fair and some became very successful and wealthy.
We head to Shrewsbury to visit ...