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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... her back in one piece. It was a wet auld hike and there was a queue for the showers when we got back. Once showered and changed, that was it, found a spot on the couch and didn't move. Later on that night some of the staff from the farm came over and had a beer with us. One of the girls was really hot, so the lads were drooling over her. Needless to say he was trying everything to get her alone and I think he may get to meet her again when back in Holland. Tues ...
... up for an episode of “Casualty” or “I survived” – particularly with the out of battery phone in our bag. It was with enormous relief that we stumbled out into the car pack and back into the van, drenched from the poncho down, “well that was pretty stupid” we thought to ourselves. We never found out if the family made it back. . .
Edit: Hannah assures me that “it would just have been a wet ...
... anything to try and make me laugh. Don't think I breathed for the 45 seconds of free fall though! When the parachute went up I was out of breathe and had painful ears! This part was very relaxing - just floating back down to earth taking in the amazing surroundings. Tom was one of the last out the plane as they climbed higher to 15,000 ft. But he was down very soon after me!! Everyone out the plane landed about 10 seconds after one and other. It was an ...
... withstands that shaking is beyond me....very surreal! We left having been volcanoesd and earthquakes out....somewhat like gorged out in West Australia and castles out in Europe! Enough is enough! We came back home via a few lookouts, did a bit of shopping and I got help with my computer so I could use two devices at once...then went for a swim and relaxed for the evening! Nothing on tv over here...tried cards but got so beaten by Fred I gave up! He is on a roll at the ...
... to get the ferry. We checked in then waited to board. It's a relatively easy system just takes quite a while. We all queue in size of vehicle, so cars, vans, campervans, caravans, lorries etc. it's not too long before we're driving on and rush upstairs to grab a seat. As we walk into the reception area, we both spot some seats through a window. They're leather seats that recline slightly and we both look at each other "are we allowed in here?". It looks nice and rather ...