Orchard Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... clash between Real Madrid and Juventus. After a very filling meal, including a Caramel Apple Crumble, we took a tip from Barry and hunted down Ashton Lane. Lined with pubs and in the heart of the university district it was a perfect location for some mid week ales. We settled into an Irish bar that had some live music on and ended up staying until last call. Wednesday morning greeted us a little late after the night ...
... row of exactly the same houses. Even in what looked like new estates, it's the same same...... Maybe they don't have any architects?
We did a little research with our B&B book and Google last night so we had an idea of where we are going to stay and headed to the Clifton Hotel. It's in an area just outside the city centre, probably a 15 minute walk, opposite the botanical gardens, a trendy little shopping strip, the university etc, etc.
... and I had a duel on Trivial Pursuits Disney (and each thought we won), but the best of all was the feeling of family togetherness. So sorry that we live so far away from these wonderful people. Really looking forward to seeing them again this weekend, and really sad that when we go we don't know when we will see them again. Certainly it is the biggest incentive to try and come back another time. Thank you so much Alicia for making the visit so warm and welcoming ...
... park as I like to do before going back to check in and have a lazy evening. The next morning I was up before 7 to ensure I was packed, breakfasted and ready to go at the tour office at 8am, not my favourite way to spend those hours of the morning. The group that I'm touring with consists of 27 people from a very wide variety of places all over the world which is an interesting change from the Australian/American/Canadian combo you usually get. Our tour guide is a ...
... from Ecuador who are now studying here. Instead of taking a highway back we decided to take the one lane roads through the Scottish Highlands. For most of the drive it was just us and the sheep on the narrow and windy roads. We both agree that Scotland wins the award for best forests. They are so pretty with their moss covered trunks and twisty branches. If the weather had been warmer I am sure we would have been camping in the woods. ...