Travelodge Bridgend Pencoed
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... to see one trader and was told by his colleague that he no longer worked at the bank and had had an accident. Oh, what happened? I asked - the Japanese trader responded "He fell in front of the Bullet Train two days ago" - Oh.
Then at another trading house I went to see one of my Japanese counterparts - Again I was told that the trader was no longer at the bank as he was ill. I was told he was dying of cancer. This was news to me. I asked when he had ...
... asked for help. The gentlemen let me in, got me his daughters iPhone charger and even offered to take me back home! (It's not a far drive, just a long walk in the wet, cold weather) I thanked them profusely as my phone came back to life, but assured him I had a drive. But man, what a night! I'm glad I'm not shy or else I honestly don't know where I'd be right now. The drive back was beautiful though - you could see the entire city from where we ...
... photos we walked closer to the Bay and discovered the "Ianto Shrine" at which Torchwood fans had left mementos and messages to a character who unforgivable died in the TV series.
Unfortunately the Dr Who Experience was closed (on Tuesdays) so we decided that we would go tomorrow but what to do today? We decided to walk back across the Marina Quay to Techniquest (like Scitech in Perth and Questacon in Canberra). We all had fun on the ...
... meant. The rooms are tiny and very basic - thin mattress, thin pillow, no phone, no kettle, small shower and toilet opening directly into the room. The third bed is a bunk over the top of the double bed.
While Ian convalesced in bed, the others went to find a laudromat and do the washing. In the end they left the clothes for the owner to clean overnight as she was just about to shut for the ...
... the world in National Geographic's alternative tourist destinations.
Cardiff is a city very beautiful, interesting, important and big. Is a city I love, everything I love, so I would repeat many times.
I hope to fulfill my dreams!