Carlton Ambassador Hotel
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... the other side of this triangle it would have been just as quick but a bit more tiring of course. The layout of the regatta site was very well done with plenty of opportunities for the merchants who had set up stalls to take your money. The one thing that takes a little getting used to is the bars that set up and sell spirits from first thing in the morning. There weren't many takers till around11 o'clock, although there was the ...
... Earring is here and I was not disappointed. Having read the book and seen the movie, Anne and I can now say we have seen the painting as well. We had lunch with Matthew in the Square, before going on to see the European Parliament and the outdoor arts exhibition, along with outdoor markets. Finished the afternoon with Matthew taking us on the tram down to the beach near Den ...
Everyone was up by 630am, and we needed to wait for shops to open before we could get coffee. As you know, this is not typical for us. Sarah and I went on an adventure to find the Apple store to see if we could get our phones to work. Found it, spent nearly an hour there, and left no better off than when we came in. Seems Verizon needs to help us. We spent the afternoon in the Red Light District. Fiona got a tattoo in remembrance ...
... friends on Tuesday prior to the Copdock DanceFestival. We have really enjoyed this trip, but it will be quite nice to get back to driving on the left and being able to understand the road signs.
We have averaged 11 euros a night for site fees over the month and spent 109 euros on fuel, and still have a couple of hundred euros to bring back home from our budget of 1000, so can't complain. Total mileage on the continent will be 807 ...
... and it turned out the lady from Bristol was a Vice Chairman of her local NAFAS flower arranging club and would be visiting Dublin for the WAFA show.
This evenings entertainment was by a Virtuoso Flautist - Suzanne Godfrey. We had heard her practicing earlier in the day, the sound was beautiful then and during her performance which featured Mancini movies as part of her repertoire was quite spell binding.
Tomorrow we are At Sea En route to Bergen.