The Caribbean Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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Just testing this £30 Android tablet that I bought for my forthcoming travels. Just testing that I can post blogs and upload photos really. But here is a rundown of my plans to date...
Bought my return ticket direct from the airline (Qatar) as all the bucket-shop online flight sites seemed to put their prices up as soon as I rang them, by ...
... struck lucky with our choice of hotel for the next few days. It was a great, classy, 16th century coaching inn with chocolates on your pillow at night and wonderful breakfast choices in the morning all for a bargain price. We got up, stuffed ourselves with breakfast, then went and had a look around Harrogate. The whole area including Harrogate was a bit of a trip down memory lane for us, as Amanda had worked up here shortly after we first met, so we'd spent a lot of time ...
... when we were ready. We'd already done that. We opened the doors and closed them again. It told us to close the doors when we were ready. We opened the doors checked there was nothing blocking them and closed them again. It told us to... We tried the green one. The green one worked and we were well impressed, it was faster than we'd thought it would be, it didn't talk to us and it didn't crash. Tuesday December 23rd Had to pick up our hire car ...
... fed and watered while we whiled away the hours before take off. The flight was great and Don and I watched heaps of movies!! 12 years a slave, Nebraska, Blue Jasmine, Last Vegas Blues brothers,were just some of them. The food was beautiful and I would get served 20 mins before everyone else. Lucky me! After over a 7 hour flight we touched down in ...
... what the issue was. Eventually the train set off.
Thirty five minutes of train ride later and we were through the Channel Tunnel onto British soil again.
And all that remained was the long drive home . . . . . and maybe a bit of planning for the next trip.