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... travelers. (Each vessel has a retractable water sports marina that's used in warm-weather ports.) Fares include gratuities; transfers; open bar and in-suite minibar; all specialty restaurants; butler service; 24-hour room service; and in some ports, an Exclusively Seabourn shore excursion. What's Not Included: Wi-Fi, spa services and most shore excursions cost extra. Viking Ocean Cruises What's Included: A fairly new addition to ...
... photo out side the restaurant. The ensuing photo is always **** as he insists on taking the pic right outside so he can get the curry house name on. He seems to think he is getting free advertising because it's on a blog.
We went back to the hotel half steamed,
... Instead there is a sign saying Avis drop off but door is locked. Hmmm, spot an office nearby and wander in where receptionist says yes she will take keys. Hmmm bit of a security issue here, do I just hand over keys to a willing stranger. I ask will she give me a receipt for them and with a lovely smile and french accent she says "no, trust me". Well I guess I am a sucker for a smile and meekly hand over keys to almost brand new Renault Megane to a complete stranger, with a lovely ...
... awake (only kidding Sue). Disembarked at 8:30am in St. Malo and hit the road straight away. Took a little over six hours to reach Bordeaux, but the time went quickly (singing along to 80s CDs helped). Paid just over €28 (road toll) for this stretch, but the quiet roads made it worth it. Parlez vous francais Lindsey? ...
... Portsmouth was glorious the early morning sky clear but for a few wisps of cloud the sun rise gorgeous, in deference to the early time and the slight chill in the air the roof remained up and we remained warm. As we neared Portsmouth the cars surrounding us on the motorway became more and more exotic, with race trimmed MGB’s mixing it with spitfires, Porsches, Astons and Maserati’s all carrying excited passengers to the docks.