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... fruit along with several choices of tea, coffee and juice. The atmosphere was very quaint since the
hotel is housed in a former house that’s very old. It’s super clean with updated bathrooms and
spotless, nicely decorated rooms.
Markt or La Grande Place was our first destination. It is a square surrounded by buildings with
historical importance. Many of the
buildings have businesses on the lower levels but the historical ...
... Bringing together for the first time on the same stage literary greats such as Charles Dickens and Ian Fleming in the respective musical adaptations of Oliver! And Chitty. Chitty, Bang Bang.
Music throughout the ship seems to be provided by the main house band Amathyst Duo. Hanukah has also appeared in the daily programme for the second day running although I have strong suspicions that they’re not a band!! They should be. It’s a great name for ...
... left. As we were driving along Jess tried to explain to the girls (and me) the effect that hormones have on your emotions. This is an explanation that she likes to share with them once a month or so but as she was doing so they all kept getting distracted by other things and talking amongst themselves and generally not paying attention. Jess asked them if they were listening and straight talking Ruby replied 'I only listen to things that are interesting'! ...
... as if his mind was programmed to dissipate in to a million fragments of disillusion the moment my lips were pursed to speak.
“You want to come with me? You want to come to Paris with me? I’ve spent £1000 on this holiday, it’s all paid for. You should come!”
Whilst it’s not every day that you are invited on a romantic, all expenses paid weekend away in Paris by a tall, dark (if not intoxicated) stranger, the hairs ...
... but a pretty funny potted history of the humble spud and how they eventually come up with the fried 'chip' (a national icon on every street corner). A quick sampling of the twice fried delicacy was had before we made our way back out into the slightly more constant rain again. The next stop was the 2b emporium which houses a cellar containing far too many beer varieties to count and an equally impressive 'Wall of Beer' outside, all complete with matching ...