Three Swans Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and Kalena has been great. It was her first experience of cycle touring and she rode really well. It has been pretty easy to find quiet roads to ride and if we ever missed a turn it was usually not too difficult to adjust the route as there are so many roads to choose from. We both had to work it out together. There were lovely pubs to stop at when we needed a cold drink, the quaintest villages and picturesque countryside. ...
... about the future. Now it's all calming down. I know what I should do. I know what I need to do. I know what I have to do. There is a word: You can't change the world unless you go and change it. Life is just like this. There is no fair, no fate. All I have to do is just to face it, tackle it and enjoy it. Journey is over. I still have my life to fight! Come ...
We booked ourselves on to a day trip for tomorrow: a visit to designer outlet centre in Swindon, then followed by an afternoon in Marlborough - the coach journey was a scenic drive through the downs.
After dinner, we headed to the 'nightclub' area to watch the evening's entertainments; pop pickers (rappers vs rockers) was funny, then the entertainment team did ...
... and Louise's.
Our outing for the day - Blenheim Palace - the ancestral home of Winston Churchill.The Palace was a reward for the Duke of Marlborough - a Churchill - who won the Battle of Blenheim. At some stage, one of the Dukes had only four daughters and no sons and remarkably the Palace was passed to the first female heir, Henrietta. No heir from that marriage but then the next daughter Anne married a Spencer, had male heirs and ...
... luggage. We only nearly lost the kids once when we changed trains and the kids and all their luggage were on the train when the doors started to close. I put bits of my body on the train, Zed screamed, the doors opened again and we sort of tumbled onto the train. Of course everyone was blankly looking at us so I cracked a joke but no-one laughed. Stiff upper lip and all.
We got to Heathrow and picked up our hire car. In our hire car we drove back ...