Premier Inn Swindon West

Address: Great Western Way, Swindon, Wiltshire, England, SN5 8UY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Great Western Way, Swindon, is near Swindon Designer Outlet and Barbury Castle Country Park.
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      Last few days in the UK

      A travel blog entry by wanderingbish on Aug 01, 2013

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      Lovely road trip to Wales to see the Grandparents for an evening followed by an afternoon and evening catching up with the Cardiff Massive.

      Very tasty last supper with the parents in the garden of Chez Bischoff on Thursday night - steak and roast potatoes on a ...

      On to Oxford After an Insider's Tour of London

      A travel blog entry by lrandal on May 30, 2013

      ... before THAT, we saw Helen Mirren in "The Audience," a sold-out play I managed to get tickets for in March. We loved it. Moving, funny, with Mirren playing the Queen from girlhood right through to her present look of boxy dresses, a stoop, and coiffed white hair. Thank you, Claudia Alldredge for mentioning a review of it at lunch on March 8; I went straight home and bought tickets. And there were hardly any left.


      Oxford via Blenheim Palace, then the Cotswolds

      A travel blog entry by cullism on Sep 28, 2011

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      ... visit using technology not then available such as sophisticated animatronic people and holograms. Blenheim Palace was a hit with both of us, especially me as it was I who had planned the day at Warwick Castle.

      Before venturing on I should mention that Blenheim Palace was built by Queen Anne (not personally) for the Duke of Marlborough between 1705 and 1724 in recognition of his victory over the French and Bavarians and is the only non-royal or church building permitted ...

      Pizza Mamma's

      A travel blog entry by tomandscherie on Aug 30, 2011

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      ... Should have seen the time it took them to clear a table and reset for the next patrons. One person removed the crockery, wait until another removed the dirty linen, then another replaced the linen, then another reset the table. My god would never get a job in Australia. Once seated - in prime position in front of mini orchestra it was positively delightful and so it should have been at 34 pounds! Definitely a once in a life time thing to do.


      Oxford, and the Keble Ball

      A travel blog entry by dkjohansen on May 07, 2010

      The day of the removalists had arrived. We were all up early for the day. Phill and I packed the car for them while the removalists packed the house. Katherine and bron kept all the guys happy. That afternoon we left for Oxford keen to get up there by 5 as we ha a game of croquet to play. We left at 2:30 giving us a good few hours to make it up but we had to negotiate the M25. We got on the motorway and all was going fine but then the fuel light came on. We had to find ...