Premier Inn Swindon Central
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... home was uneventful, and soon enough I was back in the arms of my family. Shira, Mom and Dad had come out to the airport to greet me, and when we got home we had a huge welcome home barbeque with a bunch of my friends. It was a tad overwhelming, and I was tired, but it was still great fun.
My trip, and hence this blog, is now over. I'm home. As I sit here in my living room, writing this last post, the time has come to finally face the question: what next?
... there for a few years now, but actually comes from Cardiff.
Although Danni could have shown us around, we all went on a walking tour of the main city centre which of course involves the Oxford University. Our guide was a font of knowledge on the history of the University, which gave us some nice little points to ponder on, however we must confess a lot of the details of history was hard to bed down to memory. However, and this is an interesting point about the way the ...
... to be so dramatic all the time.
Today began bright and early with a bagel from G&Ds, a smoothie from Boost, and a fan from Robert Dwyas (for MoCo residents, imagine Schanks Hardware, but with two levels). Yay fan! Hopefully the whole sleeping thing will be a bit more comfortable now. At 11AM we had our staff meeting in the office. Larry, Michael, and I chatted briefly about Blanca's stories from last night's ...
... that I had to meet back up with James and his family. I joined them for James dinner celebration, his family and friends were very nice. Apparently my next trip has to be to Scotland.
After a failed attempt to go punting, we settled for the next best thing to do in oxford: croquet. On they way there we passed a canal were the row teams were training. It is a serious operation, they had like 5 coaches all telling them what to do. When we got to ...
... at the moment and heading to Australia in the future. All these chaps were Italian (Sicilian) which we thought a little odd being in the back blocks of south west England. When our pizza was ready they invited us to join them for a drink. Well five bottles of red wine later with Pablo and his two friends and we staggered out about 1am to try and get back to our hotel. Could manage to see it just down the road so only took a couple of minutes to ...