The New Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... late with me ...so maybe I'm part of the present? :p I would have liked a little more time here, so that I could have seen the Abbey too. We started chatting to the Canadian couple travelling with us, they seemed lovely, and we thought we would get on well with them. We all requested a little longer in Bath. I'm quite please we did! We went into the ticket office of the Roman baths, but weren't totally convinced so decided to take a look around the town first and ...
... interest and kindly invites us in – its tiny, but immaculate – not a weed to be seen, and roses, delphiniums, peonies and other flowering plants all blooming profusely – a real treat! Jill and Tina are starting to come down with the sore throat and chest cough that Gordon and Chris had last week, so we call in to a chemist shop – and it turns out to be a beauty – the oldest in ...
... and enjoyed some fast and free wifi and people watch while waiting for Jackie to pick me up. Once she arrived she gave me a personal tour of Bristol. The scenery was beautiful! So much green and history-I feel like I keep saying that but it's so true. The ride home, though Jackie is a great driver, was scary at times haha...the whole left side of the street had me jumpy. My right hand side of the road default instincts had to adjust to oncoming traffic around curves. Once at ...
... and a few memorable pictures. Thanks to everybody who followed our blog and all the comments, it really makes a difference when your thousands of miles away.
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... of the biggest in the UK. It has over 160,000 books for sale, displayed on three miles of shelving. Once 11:30 ticked over the tour began and our eccentric guide introduced himself right on time. He took us through the Bodleian Library and gave us a commentary of the use of each of the rooms. He told some rather amusing stories about the fasantating building's history and its significance to Oxford University. It remains one of the ...