The Claremont Hotel
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... wide and revolves at approximately three revolutions per minute. It was built in 1854 to pump water from the mineshafts and named "Lady Isabella" after the wife of Lieutenant Governor Charles Hope who was the island's governor at that time. Despite the weather being cold and foggy with the odd touch of drizzle it was a beautiful place to visit. We went to the very top of the wheel up some narrow steps that was not very easy when other people were coming up or down, I dare ...
... It was extremely rough with many very steep downhill sections. Of course these steep sections were full of mud and puddles of ice so I had to take great care simply not to go sliding down the road. Most of the time it was a case of simply letting the bike go and hoping for the best. Touching brakes or trying to slow down in any way whatsoever would more than likely see you on your backside and into the mud so it was hang on and hope for the best!!
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... Raspberries were excellent. Really need to stop buying haribo.
June 30, 2012 Not going to see the sharks again today either so at breakfast, we ask for suggestions from other guests. We have also looked at some brochures and such to figure out the best course of action. We decided to head for the Laxey Wheel which is supposed to be the largest working water wheel in the world and then go to the south of the ...
... The Railway Inn....it seemed I could sit there yes sit as there were chairs and drink Guinness and watch the race with an awesome view...duhhhhhhhh okay. Parked the bike right next to it...pulled up a stump and a couple of guys were there and they struck up a great conversation. Good couple of guys that had been riding forever...showed me all the bikes they ever owned on an Ipad that whipped outta no where. They were a couple of art ...