The Park Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... be happy if nothing else comes good..
Damn canvas tents. You gotta love the smell, the fabric and the sound of them in the wind but they are buggers that need a lot of babying....
Packing chaos ongoing today.
Do they have midges in Wales?
My Smidge has ran out.
My waterproof trousers are too big and I look silly in them.
... stall, Anne said ‘if it weren’t for you, I would have missed that wonderful parade’.
Thankyou for making me feel more secure about my choice of things to do!
We went and watched a circus guy then, one of the best street performers I have ever seen. I went and talked to him afterwards, and only then did I get a real grasp of what being a street performer was like.
In his words: “If I don’t ...
Hey. I am in Scotland. How cool is that? And, it was 17 degrees today and beautiful sunshine all day. Up at 6am...breakfast 7am....bus 8am Much more leisurely...I didn't know what to do with myself! That's 2 hours.... On the European tour, we had an hour and a half. I had it down to a fine art. Drove out of Leeds, through industrial and power station areas. Then into the Yorkshire Dales. Wow! How beautiful is this? ...
Took off from PDX on June 17th, flew to Seattle in about a minute, had to find the "S" gates and transfer to an Icelandair flight. The seats were smaller than the flight I took last fall to Wales and was seven hours long! Torture!!! I thought I'd be able to sleep, but there was no darkness between Seattle and Iceland, the land of the midnight sun. I didn't have a window seat and had seen most of the movies at least twice. The crew ...
... and sticks it up the English a bit. 3) Tartan - touristy, over-used fabric that it is, all I wanted was one of everything in tartan. Hoping it's not like the leisure-wear you buy in Asia only to realise you look like a bogan in Melbourne. 2) Ceilidh dancing - never has traditional square dancing been so cool. Maybe it's the encouragement of excessive drinking, or maybe the kilts and the bagpipes (refer 6 & 8) 1) Imray's are Scottish. Enough ...