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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... discuss our ideas of the destinations and the cost, and STA Travel offers £50 deposit to secure the flights before February or we have to pay the whole price straight away if we decide to pay later. 'NO' I told Nathan that we have to pay the deposit now, so we paid the deposit straight away! We couldn't believe we just done that, we are just generally talking about it then 2/3 week's time we booked our flights!! OH MY GOD WE ARE GOING!!!!! So thank very much to the ...
... things of course so hold tight and don't log off.. Join me on Tony's European vacation!!! Night boat to Calais We'll the coach was much less flamboyant than I hoped I was expecting tables posh seats and a waiter but instead I got sweaty old men and cramp in my neck. I arrived at Dover at around 10pm and spent the next 90 minutes sitting out in the cold waiting for my next ride that would take ...
... I can read the signs with ease. There are meat pies, with organ meat, guts. I have have had steak and kidney and ox cheek pie. There is rich,brown gravy. The pubs are really public houses where all meet and share loud banter and food. They are really cool to look at and fun. The people ... All I can say is, they just look more normal. What's normal? Well, not all are perfect. (Really you must see the French!.. ...
... Why do people insist on fitting stereotypes? So out to dinner in Notting Hill which is a few hundred yards from Jonathan's flat. I had my first English pint, although it was cold. Then went for a stroll along portobello road. Jonathan has been my brother for 40 years now. We've always got on, although never spent a huge amount of time together (apart from his daily beating) given our 7 year age gap. Since he moved to London ten years ago I have hardly spoken to him. I'm terrible ...