Montagu Arms Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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I thought the only attaraction would be the motor museum so I headed there first up and WOW was it amazing. Lots and lots of cars all carefully restored and displayed, with lots of little plaques telling you about the cars, their history and their owners. They had a special James Bond section, plus F1 and Land Speed records, something for everyone, if you are into cars of course. The other amazing thing is that the mjority of the ...
Got up at 8.30 this morning after a fairly calm night, considering we were starting to sail across the Bay of Biscay, infamous for rough waters and much pitching and tossing of the ship. Trevor and I are never sea sick and, in actual fact, quite enjoy it when the waves are high and you can taste the salt on your lips.
We spent the morning exploring the ship, looking around the shops and just pottering about. The weather was still ...