Travelodge Cirencester

Address: Hare Bushes, A429, Cirencester, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, GL7 5DS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hare Bushes, A429, Cirencester, is near Corinium Museum, Cotswold Water Park, Rodmarton Manor, and Brewery Arts Centre.
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      Beautiful City

      A travel blog entry by taramarika on Feb 04, 2015

      10 photos

      ... which was nice. Janja ( said like yanya) and I spent Monday wandering around. We went to a museum and checked out local sights! Great day! Spent the evening having a few drinks. And I've also learned about couch surfing. Something I've heard of but never really did. It's basically a site of people who offer you their couch, and you stay with them for free and its set up so you'd offer your couch too. NOW I know ...

      Fort McMurray will be great! ....poor guy.

      A travel blog entry by saskilton on May 28, 2014

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      ... the tour were staying here too, so we got to know them a bit the next morning over brekky. We didn't see them that night, but ended up running into and eating with the Canadian couple we had got on well with. Quite pleased we ran into them , it was a good evening! ...had goats cheese again..loved it again! After a full English for Pete, and smoked salmon with eggs (nom!) for me on the morning, we off towards the Cotswolds! Our first stop was a ridiculously ...

      A Day of Romans...

      A travel blog entry by tandc2007 on Jul 03, 2013

      8 photos

      We start the day with a trip into nearby Cirencester – a very ancient town, which was the second largest in Roman England (only London was larger). We parked and wandered though the old town - yet another lovely town with half timbered medieval buildings hanging over the streets, with walls and roofs skewed at different angles and the gaps between the buildings forming narrow alleyways.... We spend a few hours in the excellent Corinium Museum (Corinium was the Roman ...

      Is it really over?

      A travel blog entry by nomadic-brands on Sep 11, 2011

      3 comments, 167 photos

      ... of the altiplano and the Salar are simply incredible.
      8. The Namib Desert.....a sea of sand extending as far as the eye can see. The giant dunes of Sossuslvei rise hundreds of metres above the parched dessert land.
      9. Tibet....forget the fact that it's ruled by China and imagine a land full of smiles, humbling stories and incredible landscapes. Not forgetting the highest mountain on the planet.
      10. Rio de Janeiro....sipping Caipirinhas whilst ...

      A Bit of This and That (Repost)

      A travel blog entry by serenityjoy on Jun 02, 2011

      4 photos

      ... a credit card. Unfortunately, you can't enter an American billing address, therefore my card got denied. I tried changing my card addresses, but the card companies only let you use American addresses. The stores are only open between 9:00-7:00 and I am at school or work during those hours every weekday except Friday. In addition, we weren't given our book list until the first day of class. We were told we could pick it up at the local bookstore, but when I ...