Marygreen Manor Hotel
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... she shouts "I can see my house from here!" The girls went to sleep within the first 2 hours and slept for 5-6hrs so that was good. Leigh took Mila upstairs to the BC lounge and I took the opportunity to curl and try have a snooze whilst Peyton watched my little pony. At which point I heard that distinct cough/burp sound of someone vomiting and a sudden smell of apple juice. Realising the sound was coming from my own child I scrambled for sick bags. Missing the ...
... a beautiful part of this fascinating city. Really, I could have spent much longer here, just wandering around the cobbled streets 5. Oslo: I really fell in love with this city, even if that was only due to the beautiful weather we had whilst there. While not a big city, it has a lot going for it and one that I could easily see myself living in So that's my top five, but it really is very hard to have just five highlights from this trip. I'm so glad I was ...
... Which we did manage, after the literally 100's of fans had photos and tears and hugs. It must be so weird having people cry when they meet you.
I can fully get crying when someone goes, but I dunno...crying when you say hello is interesting.
After I met with Carrie, I went into town to get food and went to a café to use the loo...don't worry it gets more interesting than that. haha.
... walk through Fes’ medina is a lesson in getting lost. Whether it’s wanton or not, a visitor left to his own device will, inevitably... get lost. The trick is to enjoy the experience – with all its exotic, intoxicating stimuli – safe in the knowledge that, with enough wandering, a way-finding landmark will materialize. Eventually.
I met Roger in the Mauritanian embassy in Rabat, barely four weeks into my ...
... In Fine Style' ,an exhibition of what the Royals and well to do folks wore in the 1600's displayed in paintings and actual pieces. Let me tell you the British love detail! For example, the lace that they wore was so intricate - so impressive - lucky there was no Facebook/Instagram back then or they would have never finished their jobs!
After that we went to The Royal Mews - amazing - the coaches, the cars, the horses and with the little headsets full of ...