How has this inn rated in the past?
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Jet lag is gone. Fell asleep last night around 6PM and after almost 13 hours of sleep woke up this morning feeling great. Slept with the window open and for the first time since being in Maine in December, 2013 there actually was a "cool side to the pillow". After we got cleaned up we went downstairs for the hotels complimentary breakfast. There was plenty of juice, fresh fruit, cereal, warm croissants and of course tea. Michael and ...
... about 4 hours. The views and the terrain was amazing to look at. So many stairs and hills though! Afterwards we had a well earned 'cheeky Nando's' for lunch. We went to a bar for for a late dinner and was planning to go to another bar that someone had told us had pool tables. Only when we got there we left straight away as we clearly did not fit in - it was full of punks/goths/ who knows what kind of people. Our next bar ...
... our way to the railway station again to see Jayden off, we finally saw a bagpiper!! I was getting worried that I only had two days in Scotland left and still hadn't seen a live piper! So I danced a bit and had a couple of photos. Shortly afterwards there was a street performer who swallowed swords, ate fire, and had a man stand on a bed of nails across the performer's stomach. It was seriously impressive! After seeing Jayden off, we had a quiet night in the hotel after such a big ...
... Alex's last day so we wanted to make sure she got to see and do everything that she wanted. After the museum we hit a bunch of street vendors and I actually got myself a few gifts. This is really one of the first times I have purchased something for me. I got a beautiful leather man bag that was hand made. I also hit the jewelry stand and got myself an understudy wedding ring. Tungsten carbide with good Celtic inlay. Shopping, man bags and jewelry? Maybe there ...
... head to toe in mud (more than once) in my favourite spa, watching Fado in Lisbon, Flamenco in Madrid, Sheep shearing in Edinburgh, magical times sitting in a purple shed creating so much more than just a wee bit of art, being soaked to the skin visiting markets in Italy and Spain and trying to pretend it was still fun, walking by the Thames at sunset, walking from Bangor to Groomsport for the first time ever, sitting in ...