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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... done. Even tho Heidi, the nurse, said after, "well I didn't think you'd get that out so easy." Can't really explain how glad I was not to hear that statement before they started. Apparently a local dentist needs a new nurse!
Surprised a few people over the few days, some I didn't get to see before I left, and some because they weren't expecting me back.
Did bongo on a sunday in the RAFA (I know its how I role), Walked up to the Lamb to ...
... witnessed a continent that has emerged from political tyranny and bloody military dictatorships,a state that plagued it prior to 1990.One by one over the last twenty to thirty years the democratic process has been installed .These fledgling democracies have had to go through huge social transformation,sometimes having to rewrite whole constitutions. Many of the countries were left with painful and bitter memories of death,bullying and infra structure ...
... San Francisco was next on the agenda and a great city to visit. With its Iconic Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Prison, 45 degree streets and the fantastic Pier 39, there was plenty to see and do here. It was also in Frisco that we swapped travel companions as we said a sad farewell to Sandra and a very happy Hello to Christina’s sister Nichola and nephew Ellison. One of the highlights of our visit in San Francisco was that we spent a morning on an old Fire Engine and toured ...
... medical equipment to help him maneuver as he got older. Hearing about his torrid love affairs was fun too! He had a tunnel built that led from the palace to the stables so that he could visit his mistresses in secret.
Queen Victoria decided to get rid of the palace because she considered it too small for her growing family and also because it was a constant reminder of her uncle’s torrid lifestyle. Talk about ...
... have to rush under the pier to shelter with all the local noisy kids.
We give up on the rest of the day and decide to return to Lenham by way of narrow country lanes.
“I just can’t believe how fast people drive on these lanes. Hopefully they know all the twists and turns by heart. I suppose they use these ...