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TripAdvisor Reviews The Lodge Swindon
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... story – a lovely train with allocated seating. We walked down the allocated coach to find our allocated seats occupied by someone else – not us! So Karen being the kind person that she is, politely asked if the woman had a ticket for the seat, because we did. She fully expected the same woman to say sorry and move. She didn’t because she produced a ticket that had on it our coach and our seats going to Cardiff!
The train was going to Cardiff, not Bath ...
... Horse" which is not far from the towpath and the tranquility of the Wilts & Berks canal Swindon section.
The boat trip takes about an hour and as we hired the boat for the day we were able to make 4 trips. The narrow boat, Dragonfly, can carry 12 passengers and has a small galley, so we were able to serve refreshments. It makes its way ...
... Missy Elliott (Tom E.), Nelly (Kelly), Faye (Adam), Notorious NAT (Natalie), Lahr Dawg (Larry), THT (Tom W.), and T Dongle (Thomas). There are more, but I'm so tired now I am blanking on them. I'll add them later.
Time in: Ruth, Nancy, and I couldn't go because we had to close tonight, so the office was pretty quiet after everyone left. Ruth and I covered check in at Rokos Quad and had a lovely chat about general life ...
... park to enjoy the sun. On the way we walked through town enjoying all the extremely old buildings and architechure. After lunch we headed into to town to catch the Jubilee Parade, we missed it but I'm sure it was great. On the way we saw the Hertford Bridge (popularly known as the Bridge of Sighs), a lot of old beautiful buildings and a shop called Ede & Ravenscroft - they have been making robes for every Coronation since 1689. We ...
... was ready to carry out the eviction when we left England.
The three chaps at Pizza Mamma's suggested that we should visit Bath as it is apparently very beautiful.
Ok so onto Bath and oh so beautiful. The finest Roman spa north of the Alps still flowing with natural hot water and the only hot springs in the UK. Took the audio guide tour which explained that the Baths were uncovered during excavation for road works - amazing to ...