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... journey, taking in countries I've meant to eat erm
I mean travel but haven't yet got around to plus a whole clutch of bucket list attractions.
Abu Dhabi/Dubai (The fastest Rollercoaster in the world, gold leaf camel burgers etc)
Brasov (Dracula, Libearty)
Naples (Pompeii, Mount Etna, real pizza)
... We did visit a castle. Aydon Castle which had been lived in until the 1960s. Seems the Scots attacked a couple of times. The Romans were intimidated by the Scots (barbarians) also???
Andrew and Vicky leave from London tomorrow so we are looking forward to spending some more time with them in Newcastle.
Meanwhile Tom and I spent the day being ruined by Romans. I believe we now have a handle on the layout of a Roman fort and surrounding village. We are still in ...
We leave Woodbridge and head to the coast visiting a couple of little towns along the way, Pretty scary roads but beautiful countryside. We make our way north and end up in Sunderland for the night which is on the coast. It raining and almost blizzard conditions when we arrive and very difficult to find accommodation, Eventually we get some and then rooms had to change because wifi wouldn't work, Enjoyed some nice fish and chips int he new ...
... possible from outside, and also because Astrid represents strength and endurance in German mythology (according to Jim).
As we had rented a car to tide us over until we collected Astrid we had to pick up the motorhome near Southampton and then return the rental car to Southampton Airport. Only Jim was insured to drive the rental vehicle which meant that he had to leave the motorhome dealers with me following behind driving Astrid. He had an idea about ...
Thursday was a day of travelling. Our flight from Dublin back to Birmingham was about an hour late so we did not arrive back to England until 1.30pm and by the time we picked up the car from the airport carpark we did not hit the road to our next destination until well after 2.30pm. Immigration and customs was pretty much non existent both leaving and returning to Birmingham. We did not get our passport checked or stamped when ...