Premier Inn Swindon North
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... we have clearly in mind the many walled gardens, lawns, buildings and architecture that we beheld while on the tour. The age of the buildings is still something that we find amazing.
We had a quick lunch in the main street and then Jodie and Danni walked us to the railway station where we caught the train to Bath (actually called Bath Spa). Jodie was staying with Danni overnight and then returning to London tomorrow. So for the time being, we now cease to include Jodie in ...
Today my visa arrived and although the picture is terrible, it's so exciting! It arrived in my passport which was a surprise and is the colours of the American flag...not so much of a shock. Really excited and looking forward to booking flights now! ...
... and my yummy smoothies from Boost. The meeting itself focused on our Weekday Weekender, which is on Thursday and is a day for students to go to classes they are not currently taking to kind of try them out. It is supposed to be a light, fun day for the students to try out new subjects, and the ADs also have a charity fashion show planned for that night. We also briefly talked about packing up the office, because at this point ...
... they had a cricket team practicing. It was legit. The only thing that wasnt legit was my croquet skills. I felt bad for the poor guy on my team. Never the less the game was fun and James drunk croquet antics were more than amusing. Once we had enough pummeling, we ate some tex-mex UK style and took the last train back to London. FYI when they say its hot its hot! Though I missed it the word on the street is that the Oxford crowd knows how to party.
... Next morning when we checked out (after panadol and strong coffee) first thing we saw was the Pizza Mamma's cafe - straight in front of the hotel, could have sworn it was further away than that! We had a good laugh over that one. Pablo and his two friends we discovered are all from Sicily very strange set up the owner of the cafe was (too many red wines can't remember his name - but do have his business card somewhere) in his mid fifties ...