Savoy Hotel - Fleetwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... all jumped in! Wow, the are so big, and so graceful. With two flicks of the tail the whale shark was already so far away. I was kicking for my life so fast trying to keep up, but so effortlessly the whale shark swam quickly away. Once it swam away we all got back on the boat and continued the search. Again we found a whale shark and we all frantically jumped in the water. This excitement happened seven times. We were able to swim right next to the 40 foot, 20 ...
... and cards addressed to her and her mother. So we have our own relationship that is separate from others. Family is important and the connections, so here I am to visit my elderly English Aunt Joyce and my English cousins and their wives, they are also part of my circle of family and friends. I'm a fortunate woman, indeed. I will refer to Joyce as Aunt Joyce here because ...
... at the course and it reminded me of the Old Course at St Andrews very flat with a few hills and lots of wispy rough.
The fact you cannot see all the 200 + bunkers on the course lulls you into a false sense of security which has quickly got you looking for hidden dangers.
My playing partner today was an American called Seth from Colorado. He was a top bloke and we had a ripper day out on the course and also ...
... typical Links weather, strong winds with showers and cold temperatures.
Playing with Lars the tallest German I have ever met was fantastic fun. The course was even better than I imagined. Fortunately I was having a day out which made it even better- plenty of pars and even a birdie made it all the more memorable. Del walked the first nine holes with us and then retired to the comfort of the club house ...
... Even then though he stayed close to us being anxious of the new ground. Through a farm and over a field with a few cows. Up past blue bells and onto the open moor. Dad had the map and I had the guide book. Nice to stop and look at the views as we wandered and look at the estuary behind as well as the replica light house above Ulverston. ...