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 ...
... hostel loses some points for the train and the inch thick pillows. One of my favorite times of the day is when Bryan guess what city we are in and the city we are going to the next day. So far, here are the names: hooker street (Dublin) gall bladder (Galway) belleview (Belfast) and Bristol (London). He also cannot remember what currency we are in so we have been using Dublin/Irish dollars and "here" dollars for Northern Ireland (since ...
... wont get up at 4am for many things, but seeing Angkor Wat at sunrise was well worth it. We loved visiting all of the temples of Siem Reap with our tuk-tuk driver, Ron.
Meeting Elephants - The Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai was unforgettable.
Port Barton - we can't not mention where we got engaged, on a beautiful beach in the Philippines.
Gili Meno - officially the most beautiful of all of the beautiful beaches we visited.
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 ...
... Josh and I purchased original 1970's mini Paddington Bears here and took home a piece of nostalgia.
The other market I visited to get a sense of what London had on offer for the market shopper was the Camden Market. A completely different experience and completely opposite side of town, I was surprised to see a huge crowd and array of tables offering multiple versions of the same items. Every other table was an assortment of cheap ...