The Swan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... i'll have an hour and a half before getting on my connecting flight to Bangkok, Thailand. The next 48hrs is going to be long and tiring, but then it always is on these departing journeys.
As i'm potentially going to be away for quite a number of years this trip, it was really hard saying goodbye to friends and family. But at the same time, travelling is my life, and i've been set on going on another, bigger ...
... had caught 11 trout. £8.80 per kilo. We then wandered down the street which contained some glorious houses with wonderful cottage gardens. Finally we walked past the weavers cottages. A truly amazing Cotswold town. Visit finished, four weary travellers headed back to Painswick content with everything we had visited today so we could do our travel ...
... it. The new owner, Sir William Sharington, torn down the church and turned the rest into a country home. His descendants lived here until 2011. Eventually the cost of maintaining it and death taxes took their toll and it was given to the National Trust with the provision the family could remain It's more recent claim to fame is that William Henry Fox Talbot, a descendant, created the first photograph using ...
... ponds. However you can see the trout swimming in the river, and if you are very special as Gwen, Iven and Di were, you may even see a vole feeding. Quite a slow trip back to London through pouring rain and heavy traffic. We arrived back at Wendy and Andy's a little after 8 tired and hungry. Wendy had made enchiladas for our meal. We marvelled that even though the weather was not very pleasant at no stage did we use our umbrellas! DOUG'S DIARY - We travelled to Victoria station by ...
(Suzy)~Had a wonderful nights sleep after traveling to Oxford yesterday. It rained and the wind blew, but we had lunch and went into every shop in the village. Had a great lunch and took the bus back to the car park. Came to our new home in Bibury, a charming little 600 year old cottage , just as I had imagined it would be. Today, we left early and went to a village called Chipping Campden, where Emily stopped into the tourist station and turned in all the stamps that she ...