The Lion Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It is the first day of JFC Ski 2015, the bus is all loaded, we've gone through the toilet rules (no solids!) and off we go. Miss Mullen is already panicking about the almost certain sickness on the ferry, eww! Mrs Taylor is missing her wine, Mr Maggs is regretting coming at all and Mr Swain is snoring like a walrus.
Tonight we will be making our ferry journey and seeing the beautiful scenery as we pass through France. We are due to arrive at our resort during mid ...
... Claire and I went to the Owl House day spa. It was a special occasion for Claire's birthday, but since it was mine too the girls invited me along. We all got a nice pamper package including hot stone massage, head and foot massage and facial. All paid for my birthday from Bronson. Lucky me! The girls also shouted me a hand scrub, were they trying to tell me something hahah! It made a change from my poor hands doing what ...
Monday January 26th This Wednesday was supposed to be the day we set off on our big adventure and took the Chunnel to France and beyond. That's what we were supposed to do, but our car broke down big style at the end of last week throwing our plans into disarray. We spent a frustrating day calling the car dealer trying to find out what was happening with our car, and being not surprised when they didn't return our calls. I called them four times, they called me back once. I tried ...
... when we were ready. We'd already done that. We opened the doors and closed them again. It told us to close the doors when we were ready. We opened the doors checked there was nothing blocking them and closed them again. It told us to... We tried the green one. The green one worked and we were well impressed, it was faster than we'd thought it would be, it didn't talk to us and it didn't crash. Tuesday December 23rd Had to pick up our hire car ...
... around the former mill workings. The mill pond is now a rowing and boating venue and its banks are now a very attractive public park. Its the end of the well dressing season in the Peaks District – a very ancient custom where village wells and water sources are honoured by erecting pictures made out of natural materials (flowers, petals, leaves, twigs, seeds, bark, stones, etc) into panels filled with clay. ...