The Georgian Hollies
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... It was so cute and dainty and adorable and I ate everything. I hung out there talking to some locals and reading my travel book to plan out our first trip-Wales! 5pm came around real quick and I went to scoop Rob up from work. We made some awesome meatsauce for the pasta we had picked up at the co-op the night before and called it a night.
Today, Tuesday, was a short day. The sun is pretty much up by 8am and down by 4:30pm. It's dark when Rob leaves and it's ...
... Matt and I tried out the Irish Coffees....v. good.
Marni and Brody were in good form today. There was an elderly couple sitting behind us waiting to be picked up by their driver who was stuck in the snow. Marni and Brody entertained them for most of our lunch. It was very cute and it definitely made the couples wait more enjoyable.
After our lazy lunch we walked back and the kids walked back along the wall again.
... year. She did four piano pieces, by composers Beethoven, Debussy, Greig and Liszt. It was pleasant and relaxing sitting there listening to some lovely, well-known tunes.
We then decided to get some more exercise, so I could clock the recommended daily minimum of 10,000 steps. But it was too cold and windy up on deck, so we decided just to walk up and down the length of the ship in the corridors. We did get some funny looks off people who saw us ...
... with coffee and orange juice. Afterwards we tentatively took a look outside, but it was cold and windy with the threat of rain in the air. It is November after all!
We had a good wander around the ship; the Boudicca had a major refit in 2013 so she looked different from when we were on her in 2008, although there were obviously a lot of things that were very familiar. Then we pottered around for a bit before going along to the Neptune Lounge around ...
... in July 2008. We are leaving from Liverpool to head north, up the coast of picturesque Norway and ultimately to 70º north, well above the Arctic Circle. Our aim is to catch a glimpse of the elusive Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights. 2014 is supposed to be a good year for aurora, due to a lot of solar activity this year.
We got up at 6.00am and finished our packing and sorted ourselves out in time for our taxi, which arrived at 7.00am exactly. ...