Greenwoods Estate Spa and Retreat
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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Too long between treatments. Staff talked way too much as he wanted to know all about australia. Had to pay 17 gbp for lunch due to surcharges even though lunch was included in price.
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Despite hoping to leave Whitby at 6 o'clock we finally left at 10 o'clock....in the evening. This was due to Simon having to screw a dog's broken leg, see a new client with a business in town, who had been recommended by 8 different people to see Simon. So after a quiet night in Newcastle Airport Doubletree Hilton we had an uneventful flight to Dubai. I have to say I was disappointed with the choice of films on the Emirates flight, but at least I managed to sleep! The ...
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Mike and I had agreed to split up at the museum so we could each see what we wanted in the short time we had (originally 2 hours, extended another 1/2 hour) but we kept running into each other in the same exhibits! Guess we like the same things. At one point, he told me to put a trip to Egypt on our list of places to go! The sad part is there may be ...
... soaked despite our umbrellas and raincoats and opted to go back to the hotel to dry off. On our way home we encountered another parade. This time it was a protest of unfair police policy. There were more policeman walking along to keep the peace than protesters. All in all it was a peaceful protest but then again added to the congested streets. Once dry and rested we headed back to Harrods market for dinner and a beverage. Harrods was beautiful at night with it being lit up with ...
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In the end, Jeff and I shared a turkish dish called Gölzame which is like a thin phyllo like stuffed flat bread. It was absolutely delicious and much lighter than a pizza. We then found a stall selling Chinese buns filled with either vegetables, meat or pork. I had never seen that selection before so we had to try those as well. Earlier in the day we came across a booth called BOSSHOSS STREET FOODS and we ...
Sat. July 11 Day 37 warm 25C Packed and checked out of our hotel by 8-45am. On the way to the station for our bus to the airport we stopped for a coffee and a light snack. The airport is quite close so we were there in plenty of time for our flight to London with British Airways. Tegel airport is one of two that serves Berlin and is old and small, you actually check in at the fate you are leaving from. A new one is being built. The flight ...