The Miller of Mansfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... or keep a diary on your phone. XE currency-to know how much a certain currency is compared to ours Phone tracker- if you parents worry Trip advisor-to know about the city Tube map-to know which station to get on at, off at, or switch at. (Only good in London) Rail planner- useful for checking train times Air B&B- accommodation, stay in a room of a house TIPS & TRICKS & THINGS I NOTICED AND LEARNED Wash your clothes in the sink every once in a while to ...
... to the First Class standards to which he is accustomed (this flight does not offer first class). He grabs the carton of cranberry juice and asks what it tastes like and then does the same with the apple juice. Of course, the FA offers full glass samples. He likes neither one. However, playing charmer, he inquires of those who serve him if they have been to Istanbul before and, of course they have, he says, "it is wonderful, no?" He refuses to turn off ...
Wednesday was replenishment day. As the clothes were drying out we sailed downriver to Benson to refill the water supply. Putting several hundred litres in the tank with a 1/2" hose took quite a while so we also got the rental company to swap out our towels and supply us with outside cushions for the flying bridge chairs (neither of which they do normally for free, but we Canadians are so darn nice ...
Song Of The Day. Edward Sharp And The Magnetic Zeros - Home Ten months of planning. Flights, Insurance, international driving licence, hotels, firstaid kit, mosquito net, spair skegs and all before I've even checked a surf report or chart. With hours of traveling in front of us 8347m to be exact (A ...
... low clouds had lifted, the sun broke through and we enjoyed a perfect blue sky with puffy white clouds sailing overhead.
We checked out of our hotel and bought our tickets for the Underground. A one-way pass cost 5.50 pounds each. I love the underground rail system here in London, as well as in other cities in Europe. Travelers can zip quickly and easily from one part of the city to another, never having to worry about traffic being snarled. I wish we had a system like this ...