Days Inn Bridgend Cardiff
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I don't think I'm really a museum person. I need stories and connections! Artifacts and cold facts and descriptions don't do much for me. Don't get me wrong, this museum is AMAZING. It should really be called British Conquest Museum because I think British history is better captured in other places, maybe the likes of the Tower of London. I personally wanted medieval history, British history and culture and customs, War of Roses kind of stuff. If you want a run of ...
... ll want an Oyster Card that'll cost £5, and I reckon maybe £15 credit, so £20 all up" Dad: "So it'll cost me £15" Me: "No Dad, you want £15 credit, but the card will cost you £5" Dad: "Yeah, so £15!" Me: "Oh yeah of course, 15 plus 5 equals 15, you get that" Dad: "You get it for me?" Me: "Nah you're capable" Sheesh! Good news is we got the cards! Better news is that transport in London is like a well oiled machine! Signs directed us exactly ...
... Canada, but this was better in that we sat in front of a huge window and watched red double deckers and neat cars drive by us. We drank Guinness and Smithwick beers all night, ate mussels and french fries and listened to the live band who serenaded us with oldies tunes. (my fave!) We stumbled back to our room after midnight, excited to wake up and continue exploring and enjoying this amazing honeymoon.
... all told a very kind soul who had two very nice dogs. We arrived in Birdlip and the Royal George Hotel a little after five. After checking in, Dennis and I went for a beer. We all cleaned up and meet for dinner in the hotel restaurant. It was curry night and most of the group had different types of curry with sides. The World Cup started tonight and many of the hotel staff were checking out the action in the bar. We retired after planning the next day's walk, timing for breakfast ...
... They have 80 bottles setup to sample. You then purchase a sample size or full glass. Depending on the cost of the bottle, a sample can be as little as 40pence up to 15pounds. We bought a couple bottles to have at the flat.
London has some great restos, and we really enjoyed Maxela on Old Brompton Rd in Kensington. All ingrediants are flown in twice a week from Napoli, Italy. The beef was amazing. On tuesday nite, we met up with ...