White Hart Hotel
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The day trip with Kathryn was rather brief. It involved hands down the best coffee I've had in the UK to date - I remember it being on a corner near a church in town but the name now eludes me.
It was a bitterly cold day and we huddled under damp thin blankets in little boats as we punted down the river cam. We pass the old university buildings and hear of their histories. Outside one ...
... br> After a rather exhausting day of pedalling the island in 30 degrees and high humidity, I returned my bike, took the ferry back to the mainland and the shuttle back to the airport. Here I wandered around for a couple of hours, had a ride on the 3 storey indoor slide and then caught my flight home, arriving in a toasty Melbourne at 8 the next morning, meeting a school friend at the station and catching a train back to Albury.
... the airport and home.
The Baiyoke Tower II, to give it its proper name (Thai: ใบหยก 2; RTGS: Bai Yok Song) is an 85 storey 304 m (997 ft) building, not only the the tallest building in the city, it is the tallest hotel in South East Asia and the fourth-tallest all-hotel structure in the world. According to the internet, the observation tower is open to the public for 300 Baht (400Baht ) ...
Story so far...... Yes we do already have tales to tell! Rode off with great excitement re our pending journey, final destination to be Camel Valley Bodmin, couple of nights stop on the way, the first being Mickleham, Surrey. We went to fill up with fuel, oh no, Clare's petrol cover stuck shut, we could not fill the tank! We brought some WD40 and divorce papers! WD40 self explanatory, divorce papers because not only am I in new leathers, it's very humid, I have v heavy ...
... belonging to the Saxon royal family – probably as early as Ethelbert IV’s reign (856-860). Over the next 100 years or so the castle was a centre of many sieges and much fighting, resulting in frequent changes of ownership. The Saxon castle was an earthwork enclosure with wooden palisades and it was mentioned in the Doomsday Book of the late 11th century. More Information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leeds_Cast ...