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1964white wrote: Wed Sep 30, 2020 7:38 pm Lovely Finn you lucky man

Booked an additional holiday in Cornwall next year as we missed out in late June

Enjoy :tup:
Cheers 64 🙂

Btw, St Ives is a lot busier than usual for this time of year.
Everything needs to be booked too, shop, cafe & restaurant-wise.
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I haven't really been taken much notice of this covid carry on
But it is around so keep a had mind
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Finnatic wrote: Wed Sep 30, 2020 9:03 pm Cheers 64 🙂

Btw, St Ives is a lot busier than usual for this time of year.
Everything needs to be booked too, shop, cafe & restaurant-wise.
I guessed it would be Finn

We always book the first three dinner meals at our favourite restaurants weeks prior to our holidays in St Ives. I suspect parking is a similar nightmare even worse than it generally is :(

Apparently holidays bookings in the UK are three times higher than previous years

We'll just have to adapt somewhat on our two visits next year
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liggy wrote: Wed Sep 30, 2020 10:03 pm I haven't really been taken much notice of this covid carry on
But it is around so keep a had mind
So you are the North East spreader then liggy ;-)
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I am now watching " One flew over the cuckoos nest" having watched the whole series of "Ratched" over the last week

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rab_rant wrote: Tue Oct 06, 2020 10:31 am Wrote a song about natures call.
I like it Rab. I can confirm my sleep is rudely interrupted on at least one occasion thru the night. Please tell me it doesn't get any worse. :)
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I'm treating the other half today. First its a trip to the York designer outlet where i will do my best to discourage her from spending. Followed by a budget stay in the PI in Harrogate and a meal at Gino's, who are still offering the help out to eat out deal so i will save myself a few bob there. Its the thought that counts.
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Leeds1000 wrote: I like it Rab. I can confirm my sleep is rudely interrupted on at least one occasion thru the night. Please tell me it doesn't get any worse. :)
with age you have to follow Billy Connolly's advice, namely, if you get a chance to pee then do it, also if you get an erection use it, and finally never trust a fart.

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Leeds1000 wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 7:45 am I'm treating the other half today. First its a trip to the York designer outlet where i will do my best to discourage her from spending. Followed by a budget stay in the PI in Harrogate and a meal at Gino's, who are still offering the help out to eat out deal so i will save myself a few bob there. Its the thought that counts.
Sounds like a great day 1000 :tup: Premier Inns are excellent nowadays, we've stayed in the Manchester & Cannock ones & was very happy with them. We love Harrogate :)
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Sadly I'm attending a funeral at midday for one of my clients who passed away two weeks ago
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rab_rant wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 8:38 am with age you have to follow Billy Connolly's advice, namely, if you get a chance to pee then do it, also if you get an erection use it, and finally never trust a fart.

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1964white wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:30 am Sounds like a great day 1000 :tup: Premier Inns are excellent nowadays, we've stayed in the Manchester & Cannock ones & was very happy with them. We love Harrogate :)
All went well 64. We ended up going to a Restaurant called Lucia. Nice gaff. I have never stayed in a PI so quite never heard a door slam even in the morning. I think we were the only people in there. Its right next to the Hilton Majestic in Harrogate. I'm glad i'm not paying the gas bill for that place.
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Leeds1000 wrote: Fri Oct 09, 2020 8:54 am All went well 64. We ended up going to a Restaurant called Lucia. Nice gaff. I have never stayed in a PI so quite never heard a door slam even in the morning. I think we were the only people in there. Its right next to the Hilton Majestic in Harrogate. I'm glad i'm not paying the gas bill for that place.
Someone recommended Lucia to us, we must try it when we're next in Harrogate, I enjoy a good Italian.

Glad you had a good time!
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1964white wrote: Fri Oct 09, 2020 9:10 am I enjoy a good Italian.
:shock: :shock:

What does he think about it though?? ;-) ;-)

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I was in Crete and a friend was walking along the beach picking up stones
or large pebbles... she was looking for the perfect pebble. It had to be oval
smooth and as wide as the palm of her hand. She said once she found it she
would carry it with her where ever she went. It was a stone to remind her of
perfect mornings and that by touching it... it would relieve any stress she was
experiencing.

Why do you collect stones is it for the colour or the shape, or to make a collection,
or for some comfort?
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