Mercure Gloucester, Bowden Hall Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... able to take a few days each week to travel around, possibly even into France, and of course I could fly out and back and do city breaks if finance permits. But the six month adventure to Australia seems a long way away, as does a trip to Germany. As for random travel of the Twitter kind, that seems a lifetime away :(
So compromise being the order of the day I shall start with one small step. A blog. More in hope than anticipation.
As you could probably guess from the title of this entry, I went back to school last week. *plays sad music* In less depressing news, how is it in Australia? Nice and sunny and warm? How nice...because it's definitely not like that here. It's cold, and Christmas adverts flood the telly. If you think that it's too early for Christmas adverts, prepare yourself. I was in sainsbury's (the English version of woolworths) ...
... from Paris to London via coach and Eurotunnel took over nine hours. Sacre urgh...
The journey from Victoria Station to Heathrow Airport also took an unfeasibly long time, meaning I cut my meet up with old friend Ben - who had flown in from Helsinki that morning - far closer than planned. Irrespective, despite a ...
... verdict has been revealed. Now I don't know about Australia, but in the UK, it's turned into Crime of the Century. The BBC botches any news into a frenzy, using twitter comments. They just make a news story and 5 minutes later, they recieve a load of people revealing their opinion. For example. the other week, I was on the BBC, and I saw a footballer making the comments "I don't have Ebola." And what was his name? Dele Adebola...(true story. Look it up) anyway, that's all from me now! ...
... dragon’s den of the M4. After that it rises back up and turning east leaves Wiltshire far behind as it traverses the Vale of the White Horse. It’s a joy to feel high up and lifted out of more humdrum existence as we pass along this chalky spine. Despite the size of the grand width of the path, which we know we may have to share with the occasional cyclist or horse rider, we are offered diversions, small tracks which are reserved only for humans on two ...