Travelodge Swindon Central Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the people were on the wrong floor.
We mentioned this to the desk the next morning, and the receptionist was very apologetic. She offered us free breakfast and also free parking (parking was £5 for the night), so all we had to pay for was the room for the night. They are investigating and took our email address to advise us of the outcome.
We headed out for the short trip to Bath, parked the car and ...
... and she was super congested and her eyes were red and watery. Everyone else had left except me, Nancy (the dean who volunteered to stay behind for the day to man the office), and Will (PA). Nancy said she couldn't take the girl to the hospital because that would leave the office unmanned, which it can't be. So I called Adam and asked him what we should do. He said either Will or I would have to stay behind and take her to the hospital. I'm not ...
... a couple of hours of aimless walking, we decided we needed some energy food, so of course, we settled on ice cream. We found a place called Winstones that sold traditional Cotswolds ice cream made about five miles away. Because I love cream so much, I decided to try Jersey Double Cream and promptly thought I'd tasted heaven. (Marble Slab's Sweet Cream doesn't even compare.) We all loved our choices and I think seconds were even mentioned, but we resisted and walked ...
Ok, now is the decision time for the road trip. Have been quite confused which road to follow for the trip. It is either i go down south to the coast and enjoy some sun and sand (with some beer) or do i go bit north and get into a beautiful mountains and lakes. A tough choice ...
... brown hair. However, Alice’s sister, Edith, was the one who looks like the girl described in the book. Either way, with all the nooks and passageways hidden throughout Oxford, it’s easy to imagine Alice’s world.
Other colleges we saw were Oriel College and All Souls College, but the city is literally packed with them. While exploring some of the city, we ran into a group of men who were performing a morris ...