Mercure Bristol North The Grange Hotel
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... the bounty of warm health giving mineral water. They added Minerva (aka Athena) to her name so they had all deity bases covered. The main pool is about 20 m by 10m. To each end of the pool is a series of rooms, each containing steaming or bathing at a different temperature for each room. There was even a pool that had a single stone seat overlooking the pool where it was obvious that the lifesaver sat wearing his yellow and red skullcap telling the teenagers "No running around ...
... the UK. This took up most of the afternoon but it was totally worth it, one of the best tours I've done. For dinner we found an Indian restaurant on the maps app and decided to try it out. So good. Peshwari Naan is my new found love, what a meal. We walked to Piccadilly circus and around the streets for a while before heading back to the station and home. Good day, London is a great place to ...
I have felt included in so many ways during my stay, meeting
her friends, and participating in her regular activities. That sense of
belonging and community, even if it must shift again and again as I travel, is
vital to my well-being. And as though that weren’t enough, almost every day she
pops me in the car to take me to yet another site which is saturated ...
... sounds British. .
Rosemary is a vicar’s widow, and is very involved in the village
Anglican church. We have interesting conversations about religion and the gay
issue. There are two gay couples living nearby, one of which attended the
service on Sunday. It is hard for her to imagine the kind of fundamentalism I came
out of, and the ways that issue is handled in ...
... in the freezer, then went and visited Royal Crescent. You know, it's beautiful architecture and all that, but unless you have a picnic on the grass out the front there's not a lot to do. Jess suggested I have "cream tea", which is the British name for Devonshire Tea, so I looked up on the Internet where to go. Apparently it was a bit more expensive, but there were excellent reviews for a place called Bea's Vintage Tea Rooms - and it was quite close ...