Ashling Tara Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Last full day in England today, sad but happy as my next adventure is Germany! Which should be fantastic! Woke up and got ready quite early this morning as I decided last night I'd go back to the London eye this morning and go on it, hopefully missing the ques! Mum organised to ensure dans family was at my house this morning so Billie could speak to them all via FaceTime before I left England. She hopped on about 8am, after I'd spoken to them for a ...
... D Day weekend) cause they had speakers who actually served on the ship during the war and were going to fire their 4 inch canons. But besides that, this was an amazing experience! You pretty much had free reign to just explore the ship including its engine room, boiler room and machinery rooms. They had also rebuilt a lot of the rooms with props etc so that you could see ...
... the grand opportunity to educate these health and safety deprived people. The moment we said that it is dangerous to go to the bathroom alone as a girl. Alone you don't stand a chance if you get jumped. They just laughed in our faces until they saw that we our faces weren't laughing with them. Better safe than sorry. In Ross they just leave their drinks on the table, go have a smoke, come back and pick up where they left off. That floored me. They have so much faith in their ...
I (who has every allergy/illness under the sun and needs complete silence, a comfy bed and four pillows to even get to sleep) am going on a month-long (ish) tour of Europe, complete with ****** hostels, an uncomfortable coach and 25 18-year-old Aussies.....Uh oh.
First thing is first...I ...
... delicious birthday lunch with my violinist friend Cyndy at an excellent fish restaurant in Covent Garden. All of the seafood is flown down daily from Scotland. Yummmm. Covent Garden is quite the place now. It has changed dramatically from the days of My Fair Lady. It is full of very posh shops and exquisite restaurants.
Right now the mundane parts of our stay are staring us in the face - cleaning, laundry, rubbish - boring. The Library calls. . . . . . . . .