The New Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... attempts to find accommodation, were recommended to a Pub in the heart of this town called 'The Castle Hotel'. Conwy looks like a great little historic place,.. We really wanted to take a day or two to explore the old town, so planned to do that on Wednesday and, possibly Thursday. We had only had telephone signal sporadically during the day on Tuesday and finally got good connection via the Hotel's Wi-Fi at the Castle on Tuesday evening. One email ...
... an ovarian cyst that needs to be removed immediately. So schedule surgery #2. On top of that, poor Lottie is in the Corpus office by herself now because Marta's shift ended at 4PM, Emma is at the hospital, Joe is still in London buying tickets, Anne is on her way to Paris, and Jen had the day off. So Tom, being the upstanding team player that he is, offered to go sit with Lottie in Corpus and help out. That leaves the Pembroke people to deal with the ...
... functional! The Romans were onto something here! But it was a proper museum, giving you all the history of the Romans in Bath, a back ground to the Baths, and gave an insight to what it would have been like in its day. I think I could have handled being a Roman here! We were spending the night in Cirencester, in a B and B run by a couple Pete had worked with before, so they were quite happy to see him before emigrates. They even remembered my name! One other ...
... took a cab - thank goodness, as it was much further than we had been led to believe, and via a convoluted route. But at least this time the cabby didn't steal my wallet.
We are staying in Keble ("Key-ble" not "Kebble") College, which is a Victorian-era Gothic edifice built of red brick, absolutely over the top and quite scrumptious. Our room, with two monastic single beds in opposite corners, is in a modern annexe, clearly designed by the architecture faculty ...
... It is very picturesque – little cottages covered in roses, with postage size gardens overflowing with flowers, and a burbling, clear river complete with trout and swans! But its also very crowded, its getting late, and we have visitors tonite – our friends and hosts, Bill and Carole are coming for dinner and we need to prepare. The evening goes very well – enjoyable company and good ...