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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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I'm sat in the theatre, peering cautiously through a fierce haze of hot sparks currently pattering down from the ceiling and, by pattering, I more mean flying uncontrollably in all directions. Ignoring the obvious downside of rehearsing directly next to a six metre-high shower of hot metal flakes, I am filled with tremendous hope. This is the day I've been waiting for since the middle of June. The day the ceiling gets torn apart and rebuilt with the addition of three spanking new ...
... to be fighting a losing battle, and watching Garfield the movie. Meanwhile Lyndon, Mali and I had a lovely Thai meal which is a real treat for us over here as we have to stay away from Thai when eating out because of Lil’s nut allergy. It was quite special to spend our last night eating out with Mali as that is also how we spent our first night with her back in Albury all those months ago. The kids were at gymnastics and we had no idea what to feed this new member of ...
In what seemed like no time at all it was time to pick Mali up, so Lyndon and I headed off, on the way home getting Mali to show us a few of the local haunts such as her hockey grounds. It ended up being a very funny trip as Mali kept getting us lost, even turning us into a street that was very quickly a dead-end. The excuse was that she is usually on a bike and it all looks different when directing in a car but we were having none of that. Clearly she is just much ...
... or you would go insane putting up with my 'ways’ I think!
Next stop was a great pizzeria (keeping with our Italian eating theme) that is a favourite of Mali’s where we all enjoyed a lovely, relaxed dinner. After we had eaten we were joined by Holgar in time for a coffee, so it was great to finally have met both of Mali’s parents.
By this time we were all pretty tired so we headed home. As we were walking to the car we saw what seemed like hundreds of ...
... enough for one person. Perfect. I enter a supermarket to get pasta, chorizo and tomato ketchup. I'm cooking what Mikel's eating almost every day. I'm still going to Lüneburg to solve my mattress problem. I head south-east towards the B73. But I'm tired and on the first good spot, I put up camp. Just outside of Buxtehude, in a tree patch between a grain field and the road. I cooked and ate a warm meal, ...