Flag Motor Lodge
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in danger of imploding.
So it will be a sort - all or nothing - kind of blog.
I personally am really looking forward to staying in touch with this delightful family, and so am doing all I can to ensure this happens.
We are all going to miss the bikes rides, conversation and company very much.
Lots of love to all!
... what our favourite place or memory of our trip was............ We honesty could not pick one place or memory. The whole trip was fantastic from start to finish, we saw and did so much and experienced so many different experiences that will be with us forever. It was really great that we were able to share them with Nicola and Gerard as well. We enjoyed their company and we had lots of laughs and great times together. Time to start planning our next ...
The thought of cruising the Caribbean seemed like a "bucket list" item following our return from Europe however opportunity knocked in the form of the Magnet Conference being held in Atlanta in 2015! Let the planning begin. Flights, cruise decisions and of course a little Disney! Check in with the Sisters... ...
... living with dementia, but it seems that there are a hard-core bunch of researchers who are trying their damndest to proof that it could work. At our table we have lively discussion of like-minded people agreeing on this point. The afternoon is ended off with a cocktail party at King's Park with beautiful food and wine, lots of wonderful conversations and meeting new people. Day four: Believe it or not - the day starts with the confernce centre ...
... some points. We managed to lose a table off the roof and get stuck once but 11km later we were at a secluded beach which was our spot for the night. Lukas and Julia went for a walk whilst Paula and I sat with a bottle of wine to watch the sunset. It was a really nice way to spend the last evening of our trip. In the morning we headed back out onto the main road (via a much easier path than the one we chose the day before) and a few hours later we were in ...