Aston & Royal Albert Apartments
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... t drive manual and since this is the only place they would have an auto car, it was his turn. At first it took a little getting used to driving on the other side and to the way other people around him but by the end if the next day he was all over it. ABU DHABI First stop was their hotel, Shangri-La. Was quite pretty and very upmarket. Last time Angela came to UAE she was hardly spoken to by staff of locals because she was a girl, they would always talk to ...
After spending 77 days away from home in 6 countries and 58 different overnight locations
After being on our bikes for 54 of these days cycling through bucolic countryside and charming towns and cities steeped in history
After riding the tree lined towpaths of the Ille et Rance, Lateral, Central, Rhone-Rhine, Nivernais, Huninge and Burgundy canals
After riding beside the Loire, Saone, Daubs, Rhine and Mosel rivers as they meandered their ...
... in December (flying Qantas so no hand-luggage-only limit!) I bring plenty of books to put back. This trip I had forgotten about the Little Library until right before we left Adelaide and I had given all my spare books away earlier in the week. We grabbed some lunch and decided to visit the National Sports Museum. It was still cold, but the sun was out and the wind was only slightly glacial so we walked to the MCG. About half way there it started to pour! I had a thick jacket ...
Good news everyone: I am about caught up on Australian time. It is so strange that while I'm awake the US is asleep, and we are on different days! It's like I'm in the future. Today in Melbourne we had a free morning. Some people relaxed at the hotel, but me and a few others went to the Eureka Skydeck. It is 88 floors up, it is the highest building in Melbourne. It doesn't seem like a lot but the view was amazing. We literally could see everything with the 360 degree ...
... little creatures, but were not allowed to take any photos as the flash would disturb them.
The following morning did a shore walk and I was wowed by various sea sponges , and shells of cuttlefish which I had never encountered on any sea beach I have walked.
Then a garden tour was in order, of Slava’s and Rodney’s holiday home. They were beautiful and I love to see what I can’t possibly grow ...