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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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Finally I have been granted my 18 months career break from the work from May 2015. Been saving like a ******* since November but know it's going to be worth it. Plus will be selling my camper van (Gonna miss that beauty) and me car to add to the funds. Kicking it off with India so first things first, flights and visa. This is gonna be ...
I had no concept of what to expect in Liverpool . I thought it would look industrial. However, I was pleasantly surprised . I found it a lovely vibrant city. Clean. Friendly. Great atmosphere. I was immediately caught up in the magic of "The Beatles"... All over again!! In fact, we all were & the smiles lever left our faces the whole time we were there.
Our hotel- The Hard Days Night - was fabulous & I fell in ...
Well it looked like another sunny day ahead, we had planned to catch a train to Liverpool, so with a short walk to the Chester Train Station we bought our tickets for a 40 minute trip, and when we arrived, we grabbed a map and headed towards the Liverpool Eye, and towards the harbour. On the way there was so many huge beautiful old buildings, and with the sun shining, we just wanted to see everything. ...
... Architect working in Guayaquil. Quite a lot of detail in the building so was a labour of love. After a quick shower it was up the 444 steps! Yes 444 to the plateau but it did give a wonderful view of the city.
From here we set off for Zaruma through the madness of the morning traffic. As a consequence we got a bit lost and ended up on a different road that was to say the least boring. After a few hours of this and the guy's nearly getting knocked off by a mini bus turning ...
... been more comfortable on a blow-up mattress than in the bed he allegedly slept in!
Powis Castle one of the few places in Britain with its original baroque garden but we didn’t have time to explore that. It houses an exhibition of Clive of India’s collection (Clive of India’s son married into the Powis family – as the guide told us, the ...