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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... as I crossed the bridge there was a beggar guy trying to get the locks off the railings that people have taken to putting on bridges to signify their love. At first I though I should beat him about the head with my iPad but instead I stopped and took the lock off of my rucksack and gave him it. I never got robbed so I guess my good turn was repaid and it made me feel good anyway.
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... we went to our hotel we drove down the Norfolk coast and tried to see the Queens house at Sandringham. Then we drove to Wells-next-the-sea to have a walk then we drove back to King's Lynn to our hotel.
Then we had dinner at a pub. Then we drove back to our hotel and went to ...
... A lovely clear blue sky, sunny day, with all the surrounding roads packed with people come to watch. Finlay finally seems to be getting over his colic. They had a rough week but this weekend he seems to be sleeping better, and they are getting some playtime as well when he's in a good mood, smiling and gurgling and happy. Of course, this could just be another short-term change, but it feels good! He has also started to stick his tongue out, just like Natalie used to ...
The Gordon Boswell Romany Museum is located at Clay Lake near the town of Spalding in Lincolnshire, just off the A16. It is a unique experience for everyone with a large covered facility housing the UK’s finest collection of Romany vardos (Gypsy caravans), carts and harnesses.
Visitors are greeted with a slide show and a talk about the Romany way of life and then ...
... challenging, exhilarating and sometimes exhausting but one that I’ll be forever grateful that I experienced. I was sometimes exhausted, elated, angry, but never, never bored. What is more important is that I met some fantastic people, some of whom I would like to consider as my friends.
I am always being asked what the “highlights” of the trip were. Strangely enough not the obvious things like Red ...