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I am so excited about going to Australia and becoming a teenager. It shall be great. Santa will come and he will give me lots of present, I hope! I've got one more day of school left and then we are driving to Manchester to get our flight at 2pm on Thursday. I think the flight is going to really bad because its 24 hours long. What am I going to do? I hope there will be a lot of movies and nice food. ...
So we're at the stage of planning everything. We know the basic route we want to go on, first Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands for a while as mark is heading out to work there for a bit then we can head to South America to travel around until the money runs out. Now we need to get all the details sorted but its difficult to know how much to plan because you don't want to be stuck ...
... extended by the occupant, a local wealthy tailor named William Bryson. We could actually see where the additions were made in the stone. The house later became occupied by 'Lord of the Prebend of Barlanark’ and perhaps was shared with the priest of St. Nicholas Hospital and Chapel and became known as ‘Lord of Provan’ and then ‘Provand’s Lordship’. Currently, it is a museum that contains displays of life in the ...
... became desperate, Tessa ran towards the village to flag one down while I waited with all our bags.
Five minutes later I made the decision to start trudging towards the town with all our wordly goods on my back, when I met Tessa and the slowest horse on Gili Trawangan. I don’t
really know what the difference between a horse and a donkey is, but this wasn’t a real horse. We shouted encouragement such as ...
... morning and successfully find our way to Glasgow's city centre, George Square - only a short walk from our Guest House. With some luck we managed to stumble across the City Sighs Tour Bus - a hop on hop off tour of Glasgow. After riding on top of the bus for a while, it was easy to see that it's such a nice place! So many beautiful old buildings and cobblestone roads. And everything is so green! We decided to stop off at the River Clyde stop where we went ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking