New Wilmington Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the only sibling either of our parents have. She was quite adamant that Lil Sis looked like Dad and I didn't look like anyone. I was kicking myself on the way back for forgetting to show Bear to her. I'd love to know if she had any stories about him, or if she even remembered him. I must remember to send her a fridge magnet from home. She has a collection that rivals mine. (I've added to mine quite a lot this last couple of ...
... still not been fully explored that this would be well worth a visit. We drove down narrow twisty lanes for most of the 45 minute drive only to find that 'Wooky hole' was more of a kids attraction. It did indeed have a cave but it was a guided tour that took about 30 minutes. It would of cost 18 pound each to go in but gave it a miss. 20 child like attractions were not what we came for. Our next stop was at a small village baring my Step dad's family name 'Westbury' which has the ...
... Gaudí's condition had deteriorated too severely to benefit from additional treatment.
He died on 10 June 1926 at the age of 73 and was buried two days later.
The hospital where he had been taken was our next stop.
It ceased being a working hospital a few weeks after I visited last, [I don't think it was my fault] and is now a UNESCO world heritage site and cultural centre.
In 1401, six hospitals in the city of Barcelona merged to form the Hospital ...
Day 1: We left Worcester at 8:30 with trev's sister waving us off. I felt a strong feeling of relief to be finally be off. I made the mistake of starting to tick off miles making me wonder what I had let myself in to.
The milage till Cheltenham was a breeze, Trev idled happily in my slip stream.The first big tester was the rise up on to the Cotswolds. The weight of the panniers really started to pull us back, we crawled up fighting tooth and claw with the pedals... ...
... are paid living wages, so tips aren't necessarily expected. We'd have to adjust a bit.
About halfway through our soup, Chris called buoyant and ready to meet up. After several minutes, a taxi pulled up outside the restaurant, and we saw it was Chris! I was shocked that he'd mobilized that quickly! We waved to him through the glass and the cabbie roared with laughter! In no time at all, he was at the table talking a million miles a minute. ...