The Fenwick Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... be a part of. If the singing was borderline deafening then racquet that started when the game actually kicked off was deafening and this continued throughout the game when anything good ... or bad happened. It sometimes caught me off guard, as I was watching the game I didn't see anything untoward but dear god the crowd react swiftly and on more than one occasion I looked around me to see if the stadium was falling down. It didn't help that Celtic played ...
... usually worth 300pound.
What was it going for to mark their birthday? 20!!!So I called Katie. If she was in then I would buy them now,
because they last for 6 months.So there you go, we have a professional photoshoot! Coming
soon!Terry and I went to see the bridge, which I must admit would
have looked a darn sight nicer if ...
... starring down my 32km run - which I needed to complete in the next few days. Friday morning was the plan, as I could do the run and relax while Rachael worked. Paul provided me some route information and even though the sky was grey (I was reassured that it would not rain - too heavily) I headed out on the national bike track network - 16 km out and back. Initially, it was enjoyable until I went through a puddle that came up to my shins ...
Today we took a 15 minute ferry ride from Strongford to Portaferry - a very quaint fishing village - this village is where Ross' great grandparents lived and he was most pleased to find his g/grandfather mentioned in one of the local historical society publications. We had a coffee and wander around before returning to Strongford to take the high road to Larne via Balbriggan where another charm was purchased. We had ...
... breakfast to wait around for, we were on the road by 6:30am, a cool, slightly cloudy morning. It was great riding down the traffic free lanes. The energy levels soon started to drop, so we had a stop and shared a malt loaf. The main road was deserted, so we opted to take the main road to get the miles ticked off. A few more miles on, at the next refueling stop, Kevin the end-to-ender who we met at the top ...