Ramada Hotel & Suites Coventry
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Today we started our tour with a foggy 8am departure and set off for Oxford. I suppose we were thinking of university town to be similar to Lismore and SCU but instead there are various colleges set out around town. Beautiful cobble streets and we duo covered markets. This is home to the Boswrll Library and to more then 5 million books and it …
We woke at the crack of dawn to eat breakfast and get ready to start our Cosmos Tour. After a little mix up this morning regarding where our tour started from, we were aboard and ready to tour! Our tour guy is a young Iris guy named Tom. He is far from an extrovert...maybe as the tour progresses he will become the guide we all want him to be. Today …
... in is gorgeous. Stepped outside this morning and out the front is a paddock with beautiful horses in it. After breakfast, I drove to Romsey to see Sami at the bank. I got a parking ticket for parking in a loading zone for an hour...whoops that was £35. Had a coffee with Sami then hit the road again. Spent most of the time on motorways. Missed my exit twice, which probably put another 20min on my trip. ...
... children, and Adam has to exchange the Porsche for a more family friendly car, we thought we should take the Boxster on a road trip. We decided we would like to spend our first anniversary in Lake Como and have planned our Europe road trip around this. The trip will take just over two weeks and we will visit Belguim, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Austria and The ...
Dylan Thomas was an inveterate gossip and liked Laugharne because it was full of "colossal
Dylan's wife drank more than he reputedly did.
Laugharne's butcher's shop had more flies than sausages.
Laugharne - no Welsh spoken, had an English Congregational Chapel and an English castle to keep the Welsh out.
The light on the Taf estuary is amazing, hence the attraction for authors and painters.