Premier Inn Swindon Central
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... rain on the final trip of the day. This did not mar the pleasure because we were treated to a stunning rainbow - a full bow across the canal, with a partially formed second bow against a stormy grey sky with trees lit by sun. Magic!
You can join the Wilts and Berks Canal Trust, or your local canal trust, or the national organisation, via their websites. ...
... mini-computer into submission so that I could include photos on this blog, I would, but I can't. When I get home, I'll post visuals to illustrate some special moments of this trip, including yesterday's.
Jerry'd spent the day at the Museum of Natural History, photographing moths. Together we cleaned out the fridge for dinner (Claire would NOT have approved:: marmalade and and butterless stale bread, an omelette ...
... After emerging from the exhibition we joined a guided tour through the palace staterooms. I warned Margaret that any attempt to steal precious items would set off alarms (having discovered this to my embarrassment back in 1997).
A string quartet was rehearsing for a Haydn recital in the chapel as we exited the staterooms. We sat for a while enjoying their playing and stifling our s******s when they played bum notes. Once outside we sat in the palace cafe sipping ...
... have been uncovered and their building techniques truly amazing. 15,624 gallons of water a day pass thru the baths. The town itself is also so pretty and I would have to say one of the most pretty towns we have seen so far and still offering natural fresh spring water for drinking. I could not resist selecting every option on the audio tour to hear about all the history at each land mark together with the extended versions given by ...
... that ordinary people wouldn't be aware of. Oxford is known as The City of Dreaming Spires and everywhere there are beautiful old buildings and cobblestone streets.
At the end of the day we drove home a different way, so we saw a bit more of the English countryside. It was a really nice day :)
Today is my last day here which is sad but I've come back once already so there might well be a third time at some stage down the ...