The Royal Oak Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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Aaron and I got married.We both had the best evening ever.
The night before a few of the bride's side met at the Indian, causing carnage with the amount of drinks being ordered and our endless addition to the food order. Not to mention adding extra tables so we ended up taking up the whole of the restaurant. which lead to the bride hitting her head repeatedly on the light. ...
... you we are all drinking Pints mostly and that like drinking out of a bucket ! Michael one of the men gave me a sip of his Blackberry Guinness and it was better that the one last night but still ****...I certainly won't be trying it again. As we pulled into our hotel tonight there was a sign for a town which had the translation underneath "Breast Check" true..I will get a photo tomorrow.. Don't know who comes up with these names.. Dinner tonight was buffet and very good ...
In three months time I will be heading down under to see my dear friend Sophie. Jo and myself have a fantastic trip planned: 19th December Holiday Inn Express - Manchester 20th December Dubai 21st December Dubai 22nd December Melbourne 24th - 27th December Sophies 28th December Sydney Sydney Opera House 29th December Free 30th December ...
... t need them any more as they had bathed in the pool. Then off to Talacre where there is an old light house in the water. It was low tide so you could walk out to it but high tide you had to swim. Next was Llandudno which is on the water front with loads of people. We found a toll road which cost 3 pounds so very few people used it. It was great running around the cliff face and eventually to the top where there was a cable tram and a cable car that took you to the bottom back ...
... in Wales with over 500 Royalists killed and 50 Parliamentarians. The dyke here runs an almost dead straight north northwesterly course for 5 miles to cross the River Camlad at a place called Devils hole. The River Camlad has the distinction of being the only river with a source in England that flows into Wales. Regrettably whilst we stopped at Devil's point for half an hour there was no sign of any demonic activity recent or past. After this ...