Longhirst Hall Classic Hotel
Travel Blogs from Longhirst
... shagging in the shop doorway or the fight kicking off between two stag do's. It is Saturday night carnage at it's best. Away from the Bigg Market, you can find some very cool bars scattered around the city. For anyone heading there check out these bars-Tokyo, Popollo, Alvinos, Barluga, As you like it. One of our favourite areas to go out is Ouseburn, which is walkable from the Quayside, just east of the centre. The pubs here are old traditional venues ...
... to a close for now (my time working at Belmont School), do not feel sad. On the contrary the phrase, "Do not smile because it is over, smile because it happened", springs to mind.
There are million things to do and just as many unknowns! Wish me luck and keep in touch :)
OH AND BY THE WAY, THIS IS NO APRIL ...
... Zadar, Croatia
Esitmated Arrival: Monday 21st April
We're flying back on the 25th April from Zadar with Ryanair (as luxurious as hitchhiking) but have given ourselves a few days spare for any unseen circumstances and for a bit of sightseeing!
... a broomstick. I must say it is quite amusing to watch people all dressed up try to ride a mechanical broomstick.
Behind the mechanical broom game there was a fortune teller and a candy floss (cotton candy) and popcorn machine, which operated on an all you can eat basis. Eat I did. Along the sides of the tent there were a variety of Harry Potter themed carnival games, as well as a strange British tradition - a coconut shy.
The coconut shy involves throwing a ball at ...
... Rome). We arrived back in Rome after a long and tiring day of traveling at 7:00pm Sunday night. We are grateful for the hospitality that Dom and Sam offered us during our visit and we hope to see them again and return the favor if they decide to visit the States.
I couldn't have asked for a better Spring break, but now it's time to keep my nose to the grindstone and finish the semester out strong. I'll probably post again next week before our last class trip to Vienna!