The Moreig Hotel & Restaurant
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... like it, find somewhere else to stay for the night. Goodbye' and left. Her second night, she set an alarm for 2:30am. Got up, turned her light on, and started working on her computer in the room. Waking up about half the dorm in the process. Then she got mad at us for waking up. One person asked her to stop, or move to the hallway, and she refused. Until my lovely Brazilian friend, who is over 6' tall, said 'for the love of God get out of this room ...
Tuesday (7th) after nice warm sleep in a comfy bed we went down to have our included breakfast. We had choices upon choices - yoghurt, cereal, juice, tea, coffee all before the breakfast itself! James had the full Scottish breakfast and I had the veggie breakfast, both were filling and amazing! They come with a potato scone which looks like a flat piece of bread but tastes in between a hash brown and a potato cake. Safe to say we were full as by the ...
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... flicking thru passport control with the facial recognition software and the microchipped passport though. Took an hour and a half to get get thru peak hour traffic. hardly surprising as we had to go thru Bristol then about 40 little villages to get to Semington, all very narrow 2 lane roads. If any of you have watched the UK programmd about traffic cops chasing cars all around country towns, narrow roads and heaps of traffic, this is where it is ...
Water and air roared past me. Even though the noise was so unbearable I could just make out the drivers call. "Stand up!" I slowly managed to get myself into a crouch/standing position and then, with my heart pounding like a drum, pulled myself up until I was standing up. I was skiing. I was actually skiing. Again I heard the drivers voice over the engine. "Now sit down again." Sit down!! Why ...