Premier Inn Swindon West
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... rain on the final trip of the day. This did not mar the pleasure because we were treated to a stunning rainbow - a full bow across the canal, with a partially formed second bow against a stormy grey sky with trees lit by sun. Magic!
You can join the Wilts and Berks Canal Trust, or your local canal trust, or the national organisation, via their websites. ...
... carry all our stuff upstairs!!) and it backs up onto the AMAZINGLY beautiful gardens that the house has (I'll post more pictures of the house tomorrow). Our room has a door so we can go out to the garden and the birds are currently chirping away out there on this overcast day. After we got settled we went to Summertown to look for wall adaptors and something for lunch (Summertown is the area about 10 minutes from the house if you turn right, all the other cool stuff is ...
... Tom not so keen and whizzed thru in about half the time. All this touring and listening made one very hungry so decided high tea was in order at the restaurant at the end of the tour. Well oh so posh with live classical music. Were a tad under dressed for the occasional but thought what the hell. We were made to wait quite a while until a table was ready - may have been a hint to leave which we were not taking. Felt like giving the wait staff ...
... Brad took all the boys down to see Granna and Gramps in Reigate while I had shoppoing day in London with mum and later in the week we saw Bene, Livia and Seb who came up to Little Milton. It was so great to see the amazing transformation in Seb following his ear and throat operation, and always lovely to see my goddaughter Livia.
... tea with; and the extreme juxtapostion of carnival rides and archaic buildings just never feels normal.
Burk found the oldest piece of ham in the world from 1892 in the Oxford Covered Market...it's quite black.
The river Thames looks like bath water from the 1800s after the whole town finished bathing.
Radcliffe Camera is as impressive as it looks, and you can study in the dome at the tip-top.