Old Kings Head
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Boy oh boy does 500 come early regardless what country or your time zone. As we were walking like zombies down to our tour bus, Dublin was dead and we said good bye (for now). Dublin is a very different city because you have the Irish but you also have a lot of tourists. I'm pretending we are locals since we live over here for now! Anyways, we …
... of time on previous visits to the UK. It was lovely to see them again and hear stories of Derek & my dad's childhood. The next day I was on to Barrow-in-Furness, my father's hometown. I had visited Barrow briefly about 30 years ago with my father, but I didn't remember a lot. (Except him driving the wrong way down a one way street and getting cross that they had changed it without telling him!) This time I was much more motivated - spurred on by the ...
... Leisure Park. We were expecting a nice relaxing time after the time we had at the Haven site in Porthmadog. How wrong can you be! It seems that dogs are not welcome at all on this site and aren't allowed anywhere near the central entertainment hub. Oh well we are only here till Wednesday, should have been Friday but we have to return to Birmingham and then back to Harlech by the end of the week. Man we like ...
... We passed a few caravan sites on the way in to Morecambe but none that we actualy felt like staying at, so again a change of plan was in order. We parked Margy up on the promenade and went for a walk before deciding. Morecambe is another of those seaside towns with stark contrasts. Kiss me quick touristy and classic architecture. Some of the buildings on the ...
... and blackberry pie ever! Then we began the 3 hour drive to Edinburgh. Initially the NavMan took us a very interesting back way to get to the M6 where the roads were frequently signed with 'Road liable to icing' signs. We also went on a one lane road where when we came across a car coming in the other direction things became a little tricky in our rather large station wagon. Needless to say "Well done Jason!" We made it ...