The Olive Mill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... said "that is the one". She has always wanted to stay in a B&B with a thatched roof. So after another drive in the dark we arrived and were delighted in the rooms. The girls picked the room with the exposed beams and Jessamy almost immediately started to run a bath to fully enjoy the experience of a large bathroom. After the kids were settled ("bless them" said the hotel keeper), the parents went down to the bar for a drink in front of the roaring log ...
Given the "budget" hotel room we wondered what the "budget breakfast would be like. Only a basic "continental" but not too bad. More importantly for the kids in seems, the jam selection included "Nutella" packets.
We walked down to Cardiff Bay to go to the Dr Who Experience. On the way we passed the Millennium Dome and a special place for Tristan - the waterfall sculpture that contained the 'secret' doorway to the Torchwood (a scifi TV series). After ...
Not a good start to the day, Ian was sick from food poisoning - possibly the beef and ale pie from last night.
It was only a short drive to Pembroke castle. The wind was blowing cold but the castle was well worth the entry fee. We climbed all the towers, walked all the walls, down to the cavern, looked in the dungeon, and up the spiral staircase to the top of the round keep. The castle was in ...
... up running in several concentric circles, but saw new sights every mile. I went down to the center of town, followed a road to the Cleveland Bridge, ran around a cricket field that was being maintained, observed a volleyball tournament, followed a canal through several locks, and ran back through the historical section of the city including King's Crescent and The Circle. All told it was a 4.5 mile run, and despite my calf ...
... and is the birth place of Jane Austin, but probably it's big claim to fame is this big Roman Bath in the middle of it. That was really cool, but it was made very clear to us not to drink the water... even though the Roman's did it for good health... this practice was not to be followed as the minerals in said water were poisoness to humans. It was great having the old buildings still standing so it was like a step back in time. But all good things ...