Premier Inn Swindon West
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We had a fun time travelling to Bath Spa by train. A fun time could mean playing cards, doing crosswords, engaging in interesting and light hearted conversation. And that may have been the case had we not had to change trains half way. There was some announcement about the last 6 carriages not going all the way and that if passengers were travelling to so-and-so then they needed to be in the front carriages. Malcolm was confused. Karen thought she had it sorted so we were ...
... exactly 2 weeks left in Oxford. :( So sad. I can't believe how fast the program has gone, and how much I've enjoyed it. I know I will genuinely miss all the people that I've met and worked with, but I'm going to try to not think about that and just enjoy our last two weeks here.
After the meeting Kate and I went shopping for the office. We were in desperate need of snacks, and the medical kit was getting low on ...
This morning we got up to a beautiful sunny day, excited about our day trip to Oxford. We caught the 9.20 train from Paddington, taking an hour to get there. After arriving in Oxford we headed straight to Oxford Castle. This is a partly ruined Norman medieval castle built in 1071. By 1243 the castle was partly used as a jail or gaol if you want to be technically correct. We were quite amazed to discover it was used as a jail until 1996 when ...
If you read about the recent history of Swindon you may be shocked by the number of iconic buildings destroyed during the 20th century. I guess it happened in other towns too as I remember the new style concrete buildings of the 60's and 70's - built to last 60 years it was said at the time.
And they ...
... a Thai lady. He has two homes in Thailand one for him and his family and one for his wife’s family. A villa in Barcelona that he had just returned from, a home in Italy were his wife and family live and the place in Swindon. He had three young children all under eight. Yes saw the photos to prove it. Most of his days are spent playing golf - he admits he is a golf nut. Very very odd set up and yep you guessed it Tom reckons the mob again. His ...