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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... bump into us every so often. They are just plain folks....and what a great name...Emmett...a Wilfred Brimley look alike. But we couldn't mess with his name as it is too perfect already. The California girls....Zarisa, 20 year old daughter of Madonna, I mean Carrie. Her mother in law Dana and sister in law Rhonda all of whom we met on the flight over and whom we constantly bump into throughout the cruise. These are the people we travel with. Hope to never find out what they call ...
We have decided to give our navigation systems names. The Wilson's had Catherine but suddenly for no reason the voice changed and they now have Jane. The Carnies have a Tom Tom so theirs is Tommy and we have Mona (aka Moaner) as she is forever telling us "you are OVER the speed limit". Watch out Ryan there may be a stack of tickets at your place after we leave so save your money!!
We all have radio ...
... that isn't they do something else spectacular like cricket or George Bush impressions.
6. Stuff is green.
7. You don't HAVE to get date raped if you don't want to.
8. WIne is cheap and beautiful and cheap and cheap.
9. Frozen pizzas cost 1 pound.
10. Every single sight and moment makes you fall in love. Just try not to get ...
... an English castle, this is it. Completed in 1180 by Henry II, it is one of the mightiest fortifications in Europe.
“Are we going all the way up there?” gasps Margarita as she looks up at the towering keep. She has a painful knee condition, and climbing stairs is by no means her favourite pastime. “Where’s ...
... early afternoon. Despite the short time available to us before the Cathedral was shut to the general public, we enjoyed a tour of the magnificent edifice, some parts dating from the late 11th century and with some very fine Medieval stained glass windows. The regular place of worship is centred on St Hugh’s Choir containing some wonderfully dark carved oak stalls dating from the 14th century. Stunning!
As Lincoln is surrounded ...