The Old Bridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... then many! I stood transfixed as I always do when snow falls!
The irony for me is that we had a mini holiday booked and I knew that even though I'd be waking to the wonder of settled snow, I'd have to walk through it and get on a train which would take me away from it!!!! But I enjoyed it while I could. I couldn't sleep much, kept hopping up to look out the window...and woke early to get ready to meander through the villages.
I can only cross my fingers for more :) ...
... 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 ...
So here we go, off in 4 days for the trip of a lifetime.
I've had mixed responses to the fact that I'm going Storm Chasing. Some people think I'm mad, some people think it's awesome.
I've been dreaming of doing this for years. Ever since I started watching Storm Chasing programmes on television. I'm glad I've left it this long though, as the technology has caught up enough to improve the chances of seeing ...
... 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 ...
... that the land had been donated by a wealthy local lady named Braun whose stipulation was that only her funeral was allowed to enter by the main entrance which was sealed up after her funeral and everyone now enters by an adjacent side door. The guide asked everyone to stay close and not get lost or at least to return to the main entrance in twenty minutes. I decided I had had enough of graves and mausoleums and headed back to the entrance where I found another ...