The Shurland Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... New York on the way to Mexico)
8. Go to Barbados/Bahamas/Bali
9. Visit Bondi beach
10. Cinema with dinner
11. Jazz show with dinner
12. Eat in a Michelin star restaurant
13. Learn to meditate
14. Be a Size 10 ✅ (I made it to a size 8 with lots of help from my bootcamp group and from a low carb diet – see photos below!)
15. See northern lights
16. Visit an ice hotel
17. Learn to cook Thai ...
... of producing and disposing of the things we persuade ourselves we need. I'm also aware that the relative modesty of the belongings we've decided to keep is still totally unattainable for most people. First resolution: I will try to become less materialistic and appreciate what I have. Dorette is determined to use the wedding card to blag our way onto business class. I will be loitering somewhere, sheepishly out of ...
... at the One-man-passport-control meant that our luggage was already merrily going round and round the belt. We desperately tried to loose Jeanne in the toilet and then baggage hall but failed miserably. Bryan and I left to get the car and the rest of the gang waited patiently with the bags at the terminal. Getting the car was easy, picking up the baggage (both material and human) was loaded quickly and the drive to Saint ...
... cash we had left on the
greasiest and oiliest fish and chips I have ever had (battered of course – the English haven’t heard of crumbing …). Ate part of dinner (seriously I could hear my arteries hardening with
every bite) and then decided to try to find the Carvanning and Camping Club site Linda suggested for our first night. Well got the Sat Nav (Gertude) working and eventually worked out how to find a campsite on it. With ...
... the city from foreign invasions. The 0.67-square-kilometre (0.26 sq mi) walled city was originally located along the shores of the Manila Bay, south of the entrance to Pasig River. Guarding the old city is Fort Sandiago with its citadel located at the mouth of the river. Land reclaimation during the early 20th-century subsequently obscured the walls and fort from the bay. There is an unearthed waterworks that looks ...