The Rutland Hotel
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... on the power and braking which makes her great for wet icy conditions. Just sitting riding her gently through the mountains is just so relaxing as her V-twin engine just purrs along without any hassle.
Next May I have more time to go and explore the world but so far I am rather undecided exactly where me and my bike will head. I might head once again to Norway or even Spain and Portugal but only time will tell.
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... and onwards I go. I do not like flying, this entire trip I have tried to avoid planes, sitting waiting for my gate to come onto the screen I am thinking how I should back out, not get onto the plane. The gate came up, and I headed towards to board, I'd got the window seat, the worst seat to have, the rain started to come down, all I could think how was, how some poor stranger is going to have me next to them crying and panicking no doubt, looking out the window it was foggy, ...
... in those days. There was a story of a man wanting to be a vampire so he killed his only friend and ate some of his flesh. When the guy came out of his trance he buried the friend in a grave in the park. Police questioned him and let him go but came back when DNA evidence put him all over the body. That was in 2003! What the What!
Also the episode of Futurama about Fry and his dog were based on a real person and his dog from Edinburgh. Fun Fact.
... of the evening we dunked into a side street cafe and got some food and watching some of the videos we just took, still a little shocked that that just happened. Anything goes differently today and we completely miss that performance.
From there we went up into the castle and did the tour - taking lots of pictures and soaking in the history and the views from the castle on the side of a mountain. ...
... hour. Then we saw a motorway..whoops. That's not the top of the hill, back we go!
So after that *cough* warm up, we found the right way.
We made some new friends along the way, finding a herd of exmoor ponies. The problem was, we spent so long getting to know our new friends that it started to get dark. We decided that it would ...