Innkeeper's Lodge Cardiff
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Last night we had our first good sleep in ages, as we prepared to pack up and head to Cardiff. I had the full English breakfast again, whilst Ted decided to play it safe with his stomach and settle just for the continental. We don't have a very long drive today and considered seeing Bristol on the way, but since neither of us had any real interest …
... accommodation voucher and driving reference in separate poly pockets, arranged chronologically in one slim, professional-looking file. All for nothing. Because I left it there. On the chair. Eighty miles away at this point. Nothing like a sudden drama to make you reconsider whether it's safe for you to travel halfway across the planet without a ...
The Castle had passed through so many hands, its history was downright confusing. Main thing I remembered was; the Normans came and built a keep, war and new ownership, uprising and new ownership, some more new ownership, and then the Butes came along in Victorian times. They ended up insanely rich because of a gamble on coal export, repaired the insane amount of damage, dug up roman foundations predating the normans (surprise!) and reconstructed ...
... afternoon on the pullout in the lounge with snacks, a big feed of local meat, fish and produce for dinner. Accompanied by a few beverages and some rugby matches including Aussie basically putting England out of the World Cup.
All packed up ready for an early start on Sunday morning to drive to church in Manchester to see David and Judy for the first time in 14yrs......cant ...
Brian wanted to do the Doctor Who Experience, so we ventured out to Cardiff for the day. This drive was much easier than the previous day as the roads were wider, and then we were on the M4 for most of it. Similar to many highways in America, the motorways there often were lined with trees or hills, so you couldn't really get a good view of the countryside.