The Cathedral Hotel
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... is at 11am, we would need to be there at 8am so it would mean leaving Jamie's at 7am. I thanked her but said it was far too early for her to come and felt we could not accept her kind offer. However, the express train to the airport is not running and the thought of getting the alternative local train service in the rush hour with our heavy bulky luggage is not inviting. I don't need to tell you about the problem with taxis either! It would mean ...
After a bumpy passage across. We arrived at the northern port of Burnie. We were on a trip to a world heritage nature reserve. We had a very entertaining guide and driver, they were a bit like Morecambe and Wise, and talked over the Mike to each other. They were very informative and passionate about their island. We first visited Sheffield, a Wild West looking town, but famous for murals over nearly every ...
Today was my day for a frivolous activity. We had booked a Neighbours tour. After walking off the ship, we bought a tram ticket that will last 4 years!! However it did allow us to travel to town without using the shuttle bus and avoided the crowds. We had to ask a man to help us find the meeting place for the tour, luckily David didn't hear him say that he did the fire risk assessment ...
... don't go to Stonehenge.
I think the taxi driver was amused by us wanting to go to Amesbury. It's a small town, population about 9000, and cost us about £13 to get there. The taxi driver said we'd see the whole place in 5 minutes. We asked him where we could find a good pub for a meal in Amesbury, and he said Salisbury. I think he must had had a hard time not laughing. He said all the pubs there were rubbish.
Not to be deterred we had ...
... in the sun, we decided to have a walk, to stretch our legs after such a long journey. We walked down to a village, crossed the river, walked along the river bank almost into the City and back to the site. A round trip of about 4 miles. That's good for us! Then we spoilt it all by having fish and chips from the van that visits the site every Friday night! Yum! We left Salisbury this morning at 10am to make for home. Yippee! We ...