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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... What on Earth am I doing, am I really flying halfway round the world for a job?" Yet here I am now, 12 months on and I can now safely say, mission accomplished (although I'm still not quite sure how).
The journey home had its fair share ups and downs, as you might expect for 2 long haul flights. I arrived back in Changsha Airport on the 8th after a week in the lovely Hainan (more on that later), then I was off inside a minibus which the ...
The morning broke reasonably fine although rain threatened. So we decided to go for a walk in Ulverston through the "lanes". It was pleasant but started to rain so we cut it short. After lunch Helen produced a variant on Monopoly which uses cards only and no board but which is much faster. It was fun to try it and we are going to buy it when we get back ...
... a local wine bar where we shared happy memories and enjoyed the being together. Tuesday, Maf organised for us all to catch the steam train and then a ferry on Lake Windermere. We enjoyed a wonderful picnic lunch on board and enjoyed a walk around the village of Bowness. We then all met for dinner at a local pub called Stan Laurel. Was a fabulous day. Stan Laurel of Laurel and Hardy fame was born in ...
... t seen since she was a child was also staying so that was a bonus. After lunch we went for a walk round the lanes to Bardsea. The sun was shining and it was a really nice walk in the event we went to the "Stagger Inn" at Stainton with Adgarley and had a really good meal together despite the somewhat twee name of the ...
... bought it in 1956. They spent 30 years restoring the castle and live in a small section of it but most of the castle is open to visitors. It is the best preserved medieval castle in England. After Skipton we set off to Barrow in Furness which is a small village on the seaside near Ulverstone in the Lakes ...