The Waterside Hotel & Galleon Leisure Club
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... their throats as they entered our room at 3:00 am as loud as possible. I don’t believe I have never heard anyone have complete disrespect for others like that. I knew we should have got the second to cheapest room. The cheapest ones always tend to attract at least one person like that (much less three). Nicolette commented sternly to them in a mother tone and they said something somewhat smartassed and shut up. We were on our breaking point and I’m glad it came ...
So I knew that my flight wasn't going to be like a luxury Virgin Airways airbus with its big comfy seats and tons of space... But I really had no idea of how low cost my flight was going to be. Okay it wasn't that bad but there's only so much vertical sleeping I can do in a chair made of stone! Well, it felt like stone. With absolutely no recline. At all. I spent about 50% of the flight squirming around trying to get comfortable. I thought I had an empty seat next to me ...
... at home with anyone else in the room. This time it was my niece and her boyfriend and his son. The only downside for them was to suffer through a long tutorial on bike racing tactics, ethics and history according to the Gavin brothers. The main event of the day was the ride up to Holme Moss that evening. He will stay there overnight to organize the bike storage at party ...
... GPS and farm tractors slowed us down a bit, but we did see some of the more well-known villages that Rick Steves raves about. There wasn't too much parking available, because in June, most everyone apparently goes to the Cotswolds. After a few photos taken out the window, I conceded it was better to get back on the M-something or other and get going to Manchester.
We hit some rain and delays with construction and accidents, and descended with ...
... to the village to find bread and after breakfast we went to visit Amiens. It has France's biggest gothic cathedral so we paid for an audio guide and wandered around admiring the incredibly high gothic arches, relief carvings depicting various beheadings, mainly a pope and John the Baptist. John the Baptist’s skull, encased in gold, ...
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