The Hood Arms
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... was coffee time. Coffee does not fill in 2 hours! So I Wandered and walked and eventually made it to the site by 10am, for my 11am tour. Grrr... So a second coffee and more walking then I was ready. Cue Doctor Who...well almost. See my ticket said 11-11.30am. Which really means 11.30am. The best news is I bought the wrong ticket (no sarcasm). I thought I'd paid for the Interactive Experience and ...
... onto Cardiff. I first got interested in this place because of its connection to modern Doctor Who. However, my interest over the last few years became of the city itself, not its connection to Who. It feels like a very old, ******, useless town that has in itself had a major regeneration since 1999. New buildings, new infrastructure and a new vibe. It's quite a feat. Saw three things today, despite arriving just before 12pm: - The Cardiff ...
... for the car to show up, someone suggested we look at a website containing 50 of the best UK places to visit according to a red top newspaper. We looked. About 15 of them were in London or nearby, which is not an ideal place to visit in a car. One is in Northern Ireland (Giant's Causeway) and another is on the Isle of Wight (The Needles) which are not feasible. We decided that the remaining 33-ish we could have a go at and see how many we could bag. A ...
... would do in this situation - put out pjs on and have a nap, go for a swim in the sea and moan about how the hotel didn't have any snacks could eat (yes that's right the hotel sold nothing, nothing but a couple of bottles of pop). Luckily the following day the weather was miles better. In fact the weather was beautiful. After we were summoned to breakfast we had a 30 minute massage arranged. It's safe to say that the massage was probably the best setting ...
We arrived in Byron Bay and the first thing we saw was a rainbow shop. Literally that's what it was called and everything you could imagine was tie dyed in rainbow colours. After you got over that shop you might in fact feel like you were in a time warp back to the 60's /80's. Nearly everybody we saw was dressed like a hippie. We even saw one girl wearing Lycra flares. Everything you could imagine that would remind you off hippies was in this ...