Trigony House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that they were very impressed with us 😂 (laughing crying emoji). After 'revision club', we headed to deck 18 to watch the teenage football tournament, before we headed back to do some more revision. As we revised for the second time today, "Penelop", once again had her nails done. This evening we went to the Peninsular Restaurant for our evening meal. Again no table was available, so we were ...
... the sports court. We then played some deck games until it started to rain. This evening was the Captain's Gala Reception and the evening dress code was Black Tie. Captain Paul Brown, introduced all of the senior officers, from the Deputy Captain to the Food & Beverage Manager. In his speech, the Captain said "at Southampton, Britannia loaded 400 tonnes of food and beverage", including Easter Eggs for ...
The moments, the moves, the stories we can now tell... the amount of alcohol, chocolate, cheese, crisps and biscuits we consumed.. stalling, skidding and having one hell of a time w Fif..(how could I forget the look on Asian Mama's face when we arrived with 50 bags of food).To Chislett, VanOoi and Kfan (V.Ramsdale, you were missed!) what a week..couldn't have tripped with a better crew! Loved it (my liver not so much). Bring on Bordeaux! ...
... at a pub. We stopped the car at Lyburn. It was very like the Glengarry Castle in Abercrombie Street. The pub was full of locals with their dogs, sitting talking in very thick Yorkshire accents. The coffee proved not as successful but it was a nice break. The GPS advised that we would be arriving about 2:45 so we stop at a local providore to pick up some supplies for an afternoon snack. We bought a piece of local Brie and a bottle of local wine. The UK is not known for its ...
I made it too London!! Which I am very gratiful for! Something that I didn't tell most of you, except a few prayer partners, is that my second day in Iceland I found out that there were strikes going on at the airport. All flights would be delayed, and there was some concern amoungst travelers about flights possibly being canceled. Thankfully that didn't happen. On my last day in Iceland, I received an ...