Tracy Park Golf & Country Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Business Services
- Free parking
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Stage one of our journey...arrived at Bristol bus station (an hour early). Having a coffee and a blueberry muffin to keep us going until we get to the airport. I found one of Tilly's cat hairs on my trousers and felt a bit emotional and homesick already. But it's cold and raining here in Bristol City centre, so I'm sure when the 36 degree heat of Bangkok hits me I will forget all about the ...
Finally, today's the day! We fly tonight from Heathrow. This morning will be spent finishing off final bits of packing-checking what's packed, unpacking it and repacking it! The house will have a final quick clean to leave it tidy for our house guests Tim and Hannah, amble food will be laid out for the cats, Adam will spend ages pretending to tie up all the loose ends of work and I will faff around deciding which shoes to wear to the airport. Then we will be on our ...
... temple here as this is one of the very few locations in England with natural hot springs. It later became popular as a spa town during the Georgian era, leaving a heritage of Georgian architecture crafted from Bath Stone.
The town had a bustling christmas market to say the least. You could barely move through the crowds. Our tour guide dropped us off to explore and have lunch and we hit the streets.
... the trains which at the time was the largest concrete structure in the world. It is also famous for being in Harry Potter.. So I got loads of photos including the standard broomstick mid air flight one hah. Surprisingly enough we didn't have to wait around for the Chinese girls to catch up and got going on time. We travelled from here to the Glen Nevis where they did a ...
... was over was a big mistake. Leaving the town we retraced our entrance into town only uphill this time, turned off that road and continued up up uphill to another summit. Then we were treated to a wonderful downhill ride through beautiful vineyards in a valley that was actually an airstrip during WWII. We arrived in the "village" of Pisko Polje for a traditional Croatian meal called Peka ( pronounced Baka). We were treated to lunch at Rookie's Vinoteca on his patio under a ...