Albert & Victoria
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... the hotel was located about 500 metres away from the Concert, by the time the concert started I was well and truly exhausted but there is nothing better than pushing yourself to the limits and I definitely did that... come the end of the concert at 2300 I couldn't have been more excited about getting to bed the 500 metre walk home was a breeze I didn't even care that it was raining and a thunder storm had started! Walking ...
... wasn't on to go east of the pier.
In the model of the hotel we saw at the Heritage Centre, it looked like the back wall was a totally blank brick wall with no windows. Certainly I could see what looked like part of this wall from behind the hotel (I went east). I wondered if there were guest rooms there and, if there were, whether had no view or if they had some more acceptable fake seaside view.
... for ages. But once the plane started moving he was happy having some food and a little sleep. The first 4 hour flight passed quickly and the kids enjoyed a run around Mumbai airport. Boarding for the next 8 hour flight we were worried as it was 1.40am local time and we knew everyone would want to sleep and we really didn't want the kids disturbing them. But yet again our children surprised us. Millie watched a film and then slept most the flight. Ru slept for ...
... positively frightening !!!! But absolutely freaking amazing !!!!!!! New decided we needed to go for a shorter line and decided on the nemesis inferno which looked equally as thrilling as swarm.. We did this time however arm ourselves with doughnuts as some form of energy fuel to us through the wait.. We even made friends with family standing behind us and sure enough time past much faster aided by the fact it was only ...
... It is set on amazing, rolling, extremely green hills! We could very much picture ourselves in Downton Abbey attire roaming the property. Cal had to point out, however, that Horsted Place was not big enough to be Downton, more so one of their little country holiday homes. Feeling a little under dressed and with our noses not reaching the sky as required, we were not 'posh' enough to venture into the restaurant, but it was great to wander the grounds.
That night after Ollie ...