The Woodley Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... grabbed some jumbo hot dogs from a street cart (I haven't had a hot dog in YEARS. This was like a sausage more so than a nathans type hot dog but it was DELICIOUS). We both had our with caramelized onions. Rob did sriracha-yeah, sriracha- and I did mine the right way with some good 'ol fashioned ketchup and mustard. By the time we got home I was pooped. I passed out and Rob was bored for the rest of the day. By the time I woke up it was close to 10pm so we chilled out ...
Quiet day, just us. The four of us went for a walk along the seafront in the morning, it was very cold and windy. Marni, wanted to wear her sparkly skipping shoes. What to do? We went with it, if it gets her on her feet, who are we to push for the winter boots that will keep her feet warm? So two pairs of sock and sparkly skipping shoes it was. First event was a puddle which had iced over and then we had to stop at the railway crossing. The train ...
... as the Oceans Club party was due to take place in the Neptune Lounge at 11.15am. The Oceans Club is for repeating Fred Olsen passengers, and is graded Blue, Silver and Gold. Blue is for those who have done up to 30 nights, Silver for 31-100 nights, and Gold for those who have done over 100 nights, We are currently Silver members and after this cruise we will have done 96 nights on Fred Olsen ships, so we only have to do another five to become Gold members. ...
... got talking to a couple of ladies who recognised our North-East accent. One of them asked where we were from, and we said “Durham”. She then said “Are you Debbie?” much to my astonishment. “Yes”, I replied, “How did you know?” She replied that she’d heard me mentioned on the local radio, BBC Radio Newcastle! Yesterday morning while we were having our breakfast at 6.30am, the female DJ on the radio had said ...
... I will say for Paddy’s Taxis, they are (and always have been) extremely reliable.
It only took five minutes to get to Durham railway station where we were pleased to see that our train to Liverpool Lime Street was on time. Boarding the train and making our way to our reserved seats, we pulled slowly out of the station as dawn broke over the distinctive silhouette of our own impressive and awe-inspiring Durham Cathedral. For visitors to ...