- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free parking
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Sometimes spelled Mann, but usually just the one n.
I was here in Peel on the West coast of IoM 3 years ago and this small town has lost none of is charm.
The journey over from Belfast was great. We motored to the end of Belfast Loch, cut through between Copeland Island and Donaghadee and then steered 133° for 40 miles. The wind came up, the sun shone in spells and we close reached ...
... caught the metro train, more bloody steps argh,why don't they use bloody escalators in metros. I approached a information desk at gard de Lyon and asked where to go to catch the train to Milan Italy. I was told there was track work and I couldn't catch the train here, I should go to line D and go to Maulan it was about 50 minutes . Finally some bloody escalators, things are looking up, down two sets of escalators and the train is there ready to go. It's packed solid ...
... racing starting later today When we arrived at Craig ny baa there was a large crowd already in place, checked the grandstand and it was booked out at 25 pounds.we found a good spot in front of the the hotel which seemed too good to be true. It was the marshals moved all the people from this area and it became a Marshall area. So I cracked out my bib and warrant card and had the best view of all right on the corner. The racing was quite spirited and the there were some moments ...