BEST WESTERN PREMIER Yew Lodge Hotel
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It is the first day of JFC Ski 2015, the bus is all loaded, we've gone through the toilet rules (no solids!) and off we go. Miss Mullen is already panicking about the almost certain sickness on the ferry, eww! Mrs Taylor is missing her wine, Mr Maggs is regretting coming at all and Mr Swain is snoring like a walrus.
Tonight we will be making our ferry journey and seeing the beautiful scenery as we pass through France. We are due to arrive at our resort during mid ...
... Claire and I went to the Owl House day spa. It was a special occasion for Claire's birthday, but since it was mine too the girls invited me along. We all got a nice pamper package including hot stone massage, head and foot massage and facial. All paid for my birthday from Bronson. Lucky me! The girls also shouted me a hand scrub, were they trying to tell me something hahah! It made a change from my poor hands doing what ...
... struck lucky with our choice of hotel for the next few days. It was a great, classy, 16th century coaching inn with chocolates on your pillow at night and wonderful breakfast choices in the morning all for a bargain price. We got up, stuffed ourselves with breakfast, then went and had a look around Harrogate. The whole area including Harrogate was a bit of a trip down memory lane for us, as Amanda had worked up here shortly after we first met, so we'd spent a lot of time ...
... bags. It may have only took us five minutes to walk there, but with dual carriageways, one ways and wrong turns, it took us half an hour to drive back. We loaded up and were soon speeding up the M1 towards families and Christmas back home. It felt so good I even found myself starting to hum that God-awful Chris Rea Christmas song. Wednesday Christmas Eve until Sunday January 25th Had a great time over Christmas, New Year and early January ...
... and people with this malady spontaneously depart from their usual routine, travel long distances and take up different identities and occupations, months may pass before they return. More generally the term is used to describe folk who have a strong emotional or even physical need to be constantly travelling and experiencing new places at the expense of normal family, work and social lives
The term comes from the Greek words 'dromos' ...