Travelodge Hereford Grafton
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... once did we run out of things to say! Mind you,we tend to repeat things over and over...you know how it is?
So,back in Stroud today and what a glorious day it is. The daffodils have appeared all over the place and blossoms are budding - in fact this afternoon I heard the chimes of the ice cream van in the street
I have guests for dinner this evening. ...
... a hippy town..quite bohemian in fact. Lots of organic shops,craft shops and 'alternate' people in the town. The cafe where I met Sally was a little hippy and obviously a meeting place for the artists and poets etc. Sally herself is an artist and bookbinder,and we were joined by a poet and the deputy Mayer who is a green candidate. We had quite a fun time and I'm meeting Sally again tomorrow.
On Wed I met with Dizzy, a Red Hat lady. We had lunch and did the rounds of ...
... the train to Bath for 3 days to stay with another school friend.
When I knew I was coming to England for 2 months,my intention was to live like a local,so I feel this is what I'm doing. I've met the neighbours and know my way around and the weather is not THAT bad. It takes a while to coat up every time you go out,but I'm warm and cosy in my house.
will let you know how my week pans out in the next ...
Pretty quiet day today. Imogen worked from home so just chilled there for the day and did SFA. Went out for dinner in Cardiff with Imogen's parents and had a good meal and a couple of drinks. Pretty quiet one though. Topped off by the train being delayed due to a jumper and didn't get home til 1am which made us pretty grumpy. But in perspective, we weren't the family of the bloke that jumped in front of a train.. Naples ...
And on to Gloucester with a few deviations on the way, the first stop being Burton on the water which was a scenic little village. We didn't stop as once again you had to take the park and ride which would have taken up too much of our time. Thanks to Mike and Deb we found Stow on the Wold, and Chipping Camden, the latter being our favourite. It's a very picturesque little ...