Longs Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... my button sewn back on my shorts and the hole darned in my new t-shirt. The boys arrive home very drenched, and once they've dried off and eaten some lunch we are going to post part two of the UK drivers licence in Barnet, and get some meat for tea. Lyndon has done really well and managed to get a park right outside the Post Office, so we don't get too wet running in. Job done and pick up one of Adelaide's friends, then back to Potters Bar wading through all the sheets ...
... a Hotel in Rye where we could park in the carpark and if we had dinner in the hotel restaurant, then the parking was free! Very happy with that! And, if you parked in the spot closest to the Hotel, then you were also able to tap into the free WiFi! Bonus!!
Whilst in Rye, we visited the Ypres Tower – yippee, it was open! OK, so all you Commonwealth readers – when you visit a Commonwealth War Graves site with more than 40 graves, there is always ...
... After twice having to scramble over barbed wire fences, I found a way to return us to the path on the opposite side of the pylons where I knew we should be. All of these delays and diversions resulted in the afternoon sun gradually descending through the sky before we reached the last couple of fields separating us from our isolated tiny pub for the night. Sure enough, as if we had not had indignity aplenty over the past two hours, we had once more to ...
... this leg is in an A380 plane so an ok amount of leg and backside room but cattle class is really exactly that. Folks some advice, when you reach fifty years it is not going to make a material difference to those you leave behind if there are a few $$$ less in the kitty - go at least premium economy over and business class back plus have a stopover in a (close to) Australian time ...
... on all your extremities and throwing up your breakfast on a regular basis with good old cheap doxycycline. For me it's a no brainer and it's doxy all the way; my logic being that I'm Irish and therefore going to burn anyway, at least I'll be able to afford a breakfast to throw up in the first place and I won't end up talking to the empty chair next to me and getting depressed when it doesn't answer (or worse, thinking it does). Antimalarials bought it's then on to the frontline ...