Radisson Blu Hotel, Bristol
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the day...in fact my boyfriend,Bob, used to go out with Stef! Then he met me....
i have just had a wonderful 3 days in Oxford where we had a mini school reunion. Through the miracle of email we managed to gather 16 'old girls' from various parts of England to enjoy a rather noisy lunch together,and those that stayed on also indulged in a few dinners and ...
... our flight - it's always mixed emotions for me - so sad to be leaving, it's been so great spending time with Jamie I don't want it to end. It's been lovely to have met up with our Thai friends and to have had such a fabulous holiday. But I'm also looking forward to going home and seeing Uk friends and family and Abbey and to see our garden and if new bulbs are nosing their way out if the soil and hoping for some of those lovely crisp, sunny, ...
... drinks! Was a lovely sunny
morning and great views while circling over the city.
Was pretty hard to remember to speak in English at first and
the guys at Swindon bus station got a stream of abuse in Spanish (which I then
translated for them!) when they let the bus I wanted leave early! Had a long
chilly hour to wait for the next one.
... gown made a very effective parachute and she floated leaf-like into the soft mud. For some reason unbeknown to us we had yet another bus tour of Bristol which seemed to focus on the war damaged areas that have been since redeveloped with truly ugly concrete consequences. Bristol received a lot of attention from the Germans because of its importance as a port and an aircraft manufacturing centre. Finally escaping the clutches of Bristol we headed for Bath which incidentally ...
... to Cabot Circus for a drink and a look at the shops.
After a walk around the shops and a drink and feeling suitably refreshed it was time to give it another go. Following the signs, which again petered out, i duly battled through Bristol and picked up the Taunton Road, which i knew went past the airport, leaving the main area of Bristol there was a sign saying that it was six miles to the airport, i have to say it felt much longer and must be the best kept secret ...