BEST WESTERN PLUS Burlington Inn & Suites
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... I watched Wild, not bad. We had a hot dinner of buttered chicken and Shepard's Pie. Half each. The butter chicken wins, the Shepard's pie was more like Shepard's gruel ! Anyway, it was food and nothing a little salt and a lot of pepper couldn't fix. Getting ready to see if I can catch a few zzzzzz, we are over the North Atlantic now and scheduled to arrive Dublin at 0515. That's all for ...
... 10 - 17). We visited Sarah's mother Dorothy, aged 90, who was very kind to me when I was a little Howells orphan, and we made a chocolate cake for Fiona's birthday using cooked beetroot - a new one to me! I also continued with my running, which I had neglected during the previous week.
August 11th - off to Birmingham to pick Fiona up at the airport - she had flown in from Edinburgh. She has three teenage daughters and runs a cookery school so she is ...
... chocolate fudge throughout) and the other, chocolate fudge and roasted almonds. Ted had a kiddie soft chocolate cone that had at least 6 inches of ice cream above the cone. They also have a "regular" and even a “large.” The girl who served us said the large is a bit tricky to make without tipping over. Yeah!!! So yummy.
We then went off to the Smith Family farm where Joseph Smith first was made aware of what his mission in life was to be. ...
... I have never seen so much high rise glass in my entire life.
All was progressing well until IT discovered a shopping mall... The Eaton Centre..
This place made Macey's seem like corner store..
Multiple levels of shops selling every conceivable style of merchandise...
I did not admit it, but found it quite ...
... stopped at the Herzogenberg Monestary but couldn't find any English. The town and the Monestery were very quiet. Apparently Sat is a half day holiday here.
A more successful stop was the town of Durnstein. It was very reminiscent of towns in Italy and France. An old fortress, loads of vineyards, cobblestone, winding streets. Very picturesque but full of tourists enjoying the weather. We walked ...