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... reaching the entrance.
We found a great collection of bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues which resembled Orlando City Walk or Main Street, Huntington Beach (a bit more elegant though). We found the most happening pub and grabbed a drink and some “so called” nachos to tide us over until later that evening. It was a really interesting town to check out and we have only skimmed the iceberg.
We arrived a bit early to the pub hotel that ...
... for daddy's attention every twenty minutes. Payback! So as I'm jigging around trying to get comfortable I realiZe I'm hungry. The smell of wonderful plane cuisine was coming from the back and front of the plane. I was actually excited to eat. Then a sinking feeling hit me as I watched the stewardess come down the isle. Before she handed out the food she checked a list and to make sure you paid for this luxury.... Uh I don't remember doing that. People were pulling out ...
... are unique in Britain. They consist of buildings with shops or dwellings on the lowest two storeys.
After lunch Peter, Stewart and John went in search of an English pub while Jeed, Tukta and Selma went shopping. We met up a little later at the “Lockkeeper” on the banks of the River Dee. From there it was back to collect our bags and then off to nearby the Railway Station where we said farewell to Peter and Tukta. ...
Apparently Stage 1 of the Tour kicks off today in York and the riders will see a giant swath of West and North Yorkshire. I have to admit the main focus for us what the preparation for the next day and the all important climb up Holme Moss in Stage 2. I spent the morning recovering from the rigors of the race the previous evening and relaxing. The big event during the day was lunch ...
... the shuttle for the short ride from the visitor's centre. We drove past fields of grain and wild rabbits within sight of the major thoroughfare, and finally crested the hill where we could see this circle of huge (some 25 tons) stones, placed between 3000 and 2000 BC. After disembarking, we were given the short guidelines by the security guard (don't touch, stand or climb on the rocks), then were free to wander about for an hour or so, trying to ...
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