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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Day 6 up nice and early off before breakfast to do the 9am train to the mountain summit made it ok but the weather is not good. it was a great trip but the summit was under cloud and it was freezing but i walked to the summit got my photo done then bolted into the centre for a hot chocalate with heinz.
we then headed off to Caernofon Castle amazing and well looked after then to Beaumarris Castle not as big but still excellent.
then back to Colywn Bay for tea and a well deserved ...
... the Lido Lounge have been changed but the blue swirly blue carpet remains on corridors and the stairwells as before. Chairs in the dining room have been reupholstered and there are others too throughout the ship. Around the pool lovely brown weave wicker garden type furniture has made everywhere look refreshed but I'm afraid externally she is looking her age as we looked at her before boarding. On deck 7 they have made little (and I mean ...
... them. They were so welcoming and fun to be with, and Emma even said how it felt like we already knew each other. Sarah and Dan wanted to expose me to some trashy British tele, so we had a few good laughs at just how horrible it was. Brian and Emma were horrified that this is what Sarah wanted to expose to me on a once in a lifetime trip!
Friday, October 18th
Sarah and I went into Cambridge ...
There are so many beautiful parts of Cumbria that the biggest problem may be deciding where to go. Regular visitors to this corner of England have learnt to love this setting of lakes and fells. The tourist infrastructure is in place; that may be manmade and indeed Thirlmere is also manmade, dug out at the end of the 19th Century to provide water for Manchester, 100 miles south.
The rest of the ...
Next time I’ll take the train! But I have struck gold with wonderful hosts here after a rather trying afternoon.
Before I left I gave Heather, the NZ host one of my bookmarks. She immediately asked “Why ‘Beattie’s Place’. That is what I call my Middlemarch accommodation because that was where the Beattie’s lived and Dad grew up. She is a Trewern form Dunedin and it turns out that she used to holiday ...