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Everything was near perfect. Wonderful room. Great staff. Well located. Off street parking. Free WiFi. Nice breakfast. Highly recommended
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We left the lovely city of York after one mor English breakfast and a visit to the Jorvik Viking centre. Very good and jake impressed with the reasonably sophisticated Viking lifestyle , " I had thought they were more like cave men" . Drove to the Bradford Leeds international airport and dropped off our trusty Audi wagon ( drove like a dream and …
... Milosevic. The court also aribitrates in border disputes.
he Palace was designed by Thomas Hayton Mawson. Carnegie donated $1.5 million dollars (40 million when adjusted for inflation) to pay for the building's construction. The building is filled with gifts from many countries including a 3.2 tonne vase from Russia, marble from Italy, carpets from Japan, the clock in the clock tower from Switzerland, a fountain from Denmark, Persian Rugs from Iran, and wood from Indonesia.
IJmuidenWe set our clocks forward an hour last night when we went to bed. Had a good nights sleep and didn't wake until 9am.
We ventured to the Grill/Veranda restaurant for breakfast, a less formal restaurant than Pole to Pole and the sun is shining so there is a lovely warm & happy atmosphere everywhere. Fruit/Cereals/Breads and Muffins in abundance - Tureens of hot breakfast delights all freshly prepared by the chefs in the open ...
... On two occasions I was waiting at a traffic light pedestrian crossing to get the green to cross this busy road. Sure enough I got the green and the cars stopped and so I together with others walked out into the street to cross!! Just then it's like dodgems once again as these bicycles simply ignore the red light and just push their way through the pedestrians.
After a few more experiences like that I simply went off to find a coffee shop and decided I have had enough of this rat ...
... amazingly talented and the museum really illustrated the process that went into his wood work and mathematical equations in producing these incredible tessellations. The museum houses some of his most famous pieces which include Air and Water (birds become fish); Belvedere (the inside out of a Folly); Waterfall (where water seems to flow upwards) and Drawing (two hands drawing each other) as well as many pictures of Italian landscapes ...