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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... to say something about all the garden allotments - or have I already done that? They are all over Europe beside the railway lines coming into towns. Some of the garden sheds on these allotments are more like miniature houses. Some grow vegetables and others have flowers. Because they're so close to the railway line, it was hard to get a good photo. We also saw large areas of allotments - one place was so fancy, I thought it was ...
... days riding to our trip, and we are already two days behind schedule. So we rode off, quickly coming up to the port, which was GINORMOUS. With the massive wind once again in our faces, we just kept pedalling and pedalling and pedalling... The port was almost completely empty. Big 4 lane highways without cars, lots of train tracks with no sign of a train. Lots of big container cranes sitting idle (many of them the light blue colour of ...
... off on his own and got the luggage and my mom and I stayed and went to the palace. We decided we would meet up at the nearest underground station and hope for the best. Buckingham palace was again as beautiful as I imagined it would be. It was very similar to her other residence, Windsor Castle. My mom and I agreed that we would love to live in either palace but Buckingham was our favorite. It was fit for a queen. We also ...
... us to lunch and provided an escort to the border with Germany we proceeded to our first stop, Paderborn, Germany. After a couple of wrong turns we arrived safe and exhausted at 8pm and now relaxing in the comfort of a caravan with all mod cons, 70's decor and patio furniture et al - but it saves pitching a tent in the rain....(England is not the only country with a wet ...
... and bought a 3D tulip magnet. It was snowing in earnest now so I but up my umbrella as I walked the most depressing route to the final Wilhemia pavilion. Almost all the flowerbeds were empty barring the occasional crocus and there was depressing modern art including carious insects and snakes crawling up people and animals. In some of the flower beds I could see the signs for different coloured tulips and could almost imagine what they would be like in a few weeks time. In front ...