City Central Motel
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... the two owners are very helpful and friendly. And believe it or not they have Pancake breakfast not once, not twice but EVERY SINGLE DAY OF THE WEEK!! He makes them in the lovely tiny kitchen every morning in front of your eyes it's so cool but also dangerous in the end they have to roll me out the hostel haha. On Thursday Vicky is flying to Perth which is really sad because we did so many things together and it's kinda strange that she ...
... to Flying Boats....Ireland was THE stop off point for flying boats at the end of the 1930’s, sadly this mode of transport stopped as airfields/landing strips got bigger, mainly due to WWII. Foynes, a small town on the Shannon River was the Irish landing strip as this area of the Shannon is large enough, secluded and weather conditions were usually favourable, it was also close to a major city for the “guests” to freshen ...
- Arrived safely after a good trip, we both got a fair bit of sleep, our seats were good, flight a bit bumpy in patches .
- Having a well earned coffee before boarding for Venice.
- This airport is like Rundle Street at 5.00 am, people everywhere!
Love to you ...
... We finally found the tram station and a very helpful man named Patrick who had been to the U.S. and told us all about it. We finally got our passes and gave Patrick our assurances that we would give his best to the entire population of Manhattan and hit the pavement again.
We took the tram up to the Parliament Building and the location of the Princess Theatre so I could take photos. Then hopped ...
... changed and I was no longer allowed in the States on that visa. So I've spent the last few hours pacing back and forth, re-applying and spending more money to get one through another company. Still nothing yet but obviously it's the middle of the night in America at the minute, so all I can do now is wait, give the proper authorities a call at midnight tonight and hope and pray that they allow me back in the country for another fortnight.
There seems to have been a lot of ups and downs ...