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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... off it started up again and the next bag was my beloved backpack. So loaded up time to walk through customs and meet my buddy and catch up. Heading to his place we stopped at the bank, and four doors up was the good old bottlo or offs or as the Canadians called it BEER HOUSE! Where with a touch screen you can see what beers they sell and what are in stock with the price too. Then it was the choice on what golden or red or white neater should ...
... killed as many English as they could and even plundered their bodies for any items of value.
We then went out to where the battle had taken place and walked along what was the site of the English line and could see across the battle field below. The audio was really helpful in stepping us through this bit by bit.
William was crowned King on Christmas Day 1066. He had obtained papal blessing before ...
There was a display by the 79th Cameron Highlanders, who did a limited display of forming ‘square’
(Forming Square was constituted as a hollow square or sometimes rectangle, with each side composed of 2 or more ranks of troops armed with muskets with fixed bayonets. The unit’s colours and commander was positioned in the center along with a reserve force that could reinforce any side of the square that was weakened ...
... round there with poppies in. It was the area where some of the First World War was fought.
We found it in the end, we do miss Serena. Willow enjoyed a chart with some British people driving a car much older than me. She was made in 1925 in between the world wars. She was a Bently. Very posh but not much room in the back and no roof!
At the site of the signing in a clearing in a wood was a memorial to the event. It had been signed in a ...
... the ferry just to the right goes to Naban or the main village.
Much closer to home is the market in Soi Buakhao. This road runs behind Second Road and the market is where locals come for fresh fruit and vegetables and authentic Thai street food.
Well, that's my list of hope-to-see places. It is New Years Day and the planning for this trip is almost over. Now all I have to do is count the days.......................