Premier Inn Swindon North
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... one of the crew steered the boat, the other gave us a running commentary and answered questions; thus increasing our knowledge and curiosity about whether the local project would be completed and what other volunteers are doing on other parts of the canal. You can find out much more on the Trust's website. www.wbct.org.uk
After 3 dry trips, it ...
... s comment was "so downton abbey"). It was later purchased and owned by several other owners before UGA purchased it and it got its red door...GO DAWGS!I'm rooming with the girls I flew over here with: Leah, Taylor, and Casey. The girls are really nice and I am glad I am living with them for the next few weeks. The best part about living with all of them is our room. We totally got the best room in the house. It's on the ground floor (which meant we didn't ...
... 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 ...
... there and Helen had some serious training and racing to do....) But it sounded like he had fun catching up with the boys, and at least he had 2 nights away from our children, who got up at 3am both days due to jet lag.
Meanwhile we had a wonderful day at Bryn and Rebecca's and the boys loved playing with their cousins William ...
... the second of Alice's tales, Through the Looking Glass, nestled just across the street from Christ Church College.
Christ Church is considered the most elaborate of the 39 Oxford colleges, built by Cardinal Woolsey. It lives up to its reputation.
Another Oxford discovery: English carnivals are exactly the same as American carnivals, except: English Carnies aren't terrifying, they look like grandparents you want ...