Woodside Bed and Breakfast
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... She was very interested about it! We then walked up a main shopping street and we saw a mime artist making some balloons. He was whistling to attract attention.. Don't make eye contact I thought to myself. But no, I accidentally caught his eye and he wouldn't stop calling me over and whistling at me. Awkward. We went to the chocolate shop recommended by Pete and Shona, and picked up several goodies! And then to the soap shop, also recommended.. ...
... too heavy. It was still raining, but 2 groups of us decided to push through and keep riding. First/faster group when on and it started raining...then our group of 5 took off. We started by visiting a monument of the trenches - very powerful to see the innovation and working conditions to put up this resistance. Finished this tour and back on our bikes. As soon as we started down the trails, so did the rain. The trail was a nice dirt path among the fields - at the start ...
... century, a wool
market, a woollens weaving industry, and the market for cloth all
profited from the shelter of city walls, where surpluses could be safely
accumulated under the patronage of the counts of ...
... here!), past windmills, farmland, cows, geese, horses, fields of corn, through quaint little towns, joggers, other cyclists, and even people swimming laps of the canals (in their wetsuits!). We stopped here and there for a drink (and to rest our butts), and had our pre-prepared picnic (leftover breakfast) sitting beside the canal. We bought foie gras with truffles at the tiny town square in Damme, and continued into the pretty border town of Sluis in the Netherlands, where ...
... s got better tourist infrastructure, far better nightlife, and is a little more pleasant to walk through than bustling, traffic-filled Urfa. But Urfa has a lot going for it too. Urfa’s big park area beats anything Mardin has. The park with its pools and mosques is incredibly pretty, and you can go into Urfa’s ruined castle, while Mardin’s is off limits. Urfa’s bazaar ...