The Courtyard Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I was losing hope of seeing snow this season. I longed for the big fluffy white flakes and the corn flour crunch under foot. There is something about snow that make my heart flutter, and no matter the scene, it transforms it into something magical. We had a little hail/sleet/snow flurry about a week ago which I adored....then last night as I walked past our hall window something magical caught my eye. The familiar topsy turvy decent of snow flakes, real, proper, big fluffy ones - just ...
... about what they do. I like getting to see that.
Back to the point, I love travelling. Relatively speaking I have done a lot of it too. I live near an airport, I can leave work an hour early on a Tuesday, enjoy a few beers with chums in Dublin, and get back to work an hour late on Wednesday. But I've never backpacked; I've never had a holiday far in excess of two weeks.
Having spent much of 2014 finishing ...
... were a dozen certified geniuses in mathematics and other associated disciplines at Bletchley involved in making Ultra work. I can't show them all so I selected Alan Turing. Churchill's take on Turing was that he made the single biggest contribution of any one person to the Allies winning the war and was singularly responsible for decoding information that enabled the Allies to win major Naval battles. Turing is generally acknowledged to be the father ...
Hello! And welcome to not so warm England. I may not have made any friends at all last nite on the plane when mum asked am I thinking it's going to be cold outside as I put on my puffer vest and I promptly replied in my apparently quite clear voice "of course it will be. We are in England!" Few greasys later I was right so time to dig out the jeans again. we got seriously grilled last nite at customs but all good. ...
... Bournemouth Family' in beautiful North Cornwall. We stayed in the lovely little village of St. Mawgan about 7 or 8 miles east of Newquay. Home was two adjoining houses called Bro Tref, a couple of minutes walk down a steep hill (good training!) to the centre of the village and the local pub, village store, post office and excellent tea room.