Premier Inn Pontypool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our adventure begins with a very traffic-free drive down the M4 to Heathrow. After lots of chatting and swapping of sweets I realised that I had left something very important behind, on a chair in Whitchurch Primary School's staffroom. I had been very organised, surprising myself with my precision and attention to detail by arranging every ticket, ...
... just because they could.
The Butes were hilariously extravagant as only rich Victorians can be, google them if ever you are in need of a high society giggle. Amongst other things, they built a house with the sole purpose of hurting the eyes. Gold plating, mosaics, woodcarving, peacock wallpaper, the works. It was an attack of the senses, but even so, if you shut out the rest and only looked at the details, they were quite beautiful. My favourites were ...
... of the 9th and 10th Doctor's Tardis, complete with scorch marks.
And yes, Alexis tried to hug more Daleks. And then insisted on certain pictures to be taken. We're very p
In comparison, the gift shop was an absolute dissapointment. So we moved on to Cardiff itself, first for a walk around Mermaid Quay. Arne wondered if we could find the entrance to Torchwood, so we tried a likely looking staircase. You can't really see the ...
... a buzzard with its prey, a reed bunting and some green sandpipers. What an excellent day!
They also have a wonderful collection of captive birds from all over the world, including all six species of flamingo, and many types of ducks and geese.
We had lunch in the restaurant and as we came out it was starting to rain. We walked back to the boat, where we put the walls of the pramhood up. We decided not to move on as we had planned, but to stay ...
I'm not sure whether to call this a great adventure at this stage.
I am visiting Audrey in Pontypool. Pontypool has got to be the only pronouncable place in Wales. Audrey is now in her 80's, and it is great to see her in reasonably good health. I last visited her 22 years ago. It's lovely to see her again. We are having some great conversations about politics, history, religion, society. Using a tea cosy and baking Welsh bran bara seem like very ...