The Old Bridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well, it's here at last. The final day of our adventure before catching the flight home. Who would have thought it could go so quickly and yes, another couple of weeks just enjoying our mates would have been perfect. But all good things have to come to an end and pensions permitting perhaps we will start planning the return visit soon. I am dreading adding up all the bills but it will all have been worth it (except the extra baggage charges, the extra hire car ...
Well believe it or not, I have done a whole term! We're now on Easter holidays, and getting ready for some adventures in Scotland and Portugal!!
On the 20th March, it was Shana's (my roommate) birthday, and boy did we celebrate! We had the staff social the night before, then she went out for a surprise party, then we had an amazing Afternoon Tea at the George in Stamford on the Sunday. Today we had spa treatments (my present ...
... happier when we left!! The road to Fortaleza - the amount of speed cameras and speed humps?? The lack of dual carriage ways and the lack of petrol stations that have petrol, happy birthday Simon! Fortaleza - the fish on offer, the beach. The keep fit mentality in the gym during the day playing sport by night. Watching Brazil play football in Brazil VIP style!!!! Relaxation!!! Hope you all enjoyed reading our updates Jojo & ...
... with me being very cold, wet and muddy. Getting to Edinburgh, and knowing where I needed to go, but missing my street twice because I didn't realize that it was about 30 meters below me. Winning a cheeky game of trivia in a hostel near Loch Ness by pulling out my classic "giraffe joke" which was deemed to be funny enough to get me bonus points. I won't tell it here because paper just doesn't do it justice, but ask me about it when I see you next. Seriously ...
... by the Chimu from 950 to about 1475 AD until the Incas arrived. However neither the Moche or the Chimu left any written language and the distinction seems to be arrived at by archaeologists based on the colour of their pottery?? The site at Chan Chan is a staggering 25 square miles and was at one time at the height of their empire enclosed within a wall 11 metres high. We saw parts where it is still at least 7-8 metres. We only visited the king's palace which is one of nine palaces ...