Travelodge Swindon Central Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... in for the remainder of our trip, confident that we would arrive in Bath Spa.
Arriving at our destination, we walked out of the railway station with no idea where the Royal Hotel, our hotel was located. So we wandered until we came to a little pub, had a drink and asked for directions to our hotel. It was, as it happened very close. The hotel was lovely. We were on the first floor of what must have been one of the older buildings in the city. However inside the standard of ...
So anyway, Keble was very pretty. I've had a chance to pop in to a few different Colleges at this point, and it is interesting to see the architecture change at each College. Keble almost had a Byzantine style architecture, with designs in the brick work and lots of mosaics on the walls. Their chapel was really pretty. We also stopped by Somerville, where Margaret Thatcher went to school, and ...
My beautiful sister finally joins us, yay!
Of to catch up on 10 years worth of shopping (dragging poor finn along)
Caught my first double decker bus from devizes and sitting right at the top to get an amazing view of all the uh.. "sun".
... be where Tolkien and CS Lewis hung out. After lunch, I hopped on a city bus tour. Once the tour was over, I visited the Bridge of Sighs, the Bodleian Library and Radcliffe Camera, the University Church of St. Mary the Virgin and Christ Church College on foot. Christ Church was absolutely gorgeous. People say my university is pretty in the spring and summer, but it has nothing on Christ Church. ...
... Should have seen the time it took them to clear a table and reset for the next patrons. One person removed the crockery, wait until another removed the dirty linen, then another replaced the linen, then another reset the table. My god would never get a job in Australia. Once seated - in prime position in front of mini orchestra it was positively delightful and so it should have been at 34 pounds! Definitely a once in a life time thing to do.