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Portable Bicycle Camper Trailer Tent camping and hotels are no longer the only options for those of you who like to travel on long-distance bicycle paths. Thanks to companies that are starting to m...
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What a delight to view and share with you your great day out.
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Thanks +Ross-Barry Barcock - I actually have another 3 vids in the pipeline; it's just getting the time to edit them together that's the issue!
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Ailurophile A cat-lover. Assemblage A gathering. Becoming Attractive. Beleaguer To exhaust with attacks. Brood To think alone. Bucolic In a lovely rural setting. Bungalow A small, cozy cottage. Cha...
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This is awesome Charles. I loved the elevated walkway that allows the visitor to get close to nature without disturbing it. Looking forward to more of your videos.
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Barry: Thanks for seeing. I had to go down a boardwalk to get to this platform, and boardwalks are always nice, but the platform is just very cool. Thanks for seeing here.
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Now this reminds me of when I went kayaking in New-Zealand.
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Barry: It is beautiful here. Hope you enjoyed. Thanks for seeing.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Nothing could be a more tranquil location than Tenjin-jinja. With the many kilometers of paths in and around this area, this is an ideal location for a break before moving on.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
One word could be used to describe this Hotel - Perfect. Perfect location;away from the big cities and crowds of people, overlooking a beautiful lake. Perfect facilities;great friendly staff,well appointed rooms,beautiful grounds. Perfect food; a menu designed to suit every ones needs and tastes and a great selection of drinks. Has been placed on our "must return" list.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
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As-soon-as you enter this cafe, the odor of freshly-roasted coffee will greet you and, if the odor is anything to go by, then the taste will convince you that this is a great establishment providing a low cost menu. Whether it be a full meal or just a cake set, or whatever. This is casual dining at it's very best;the menu is written on brown note-paper.There is always nice music - not too loud as to distract you,and not too low so you can't hear - and a well stocked library in case you want something to read. It may be difficult to find but, I can guarantee, once you have found "about a coffee", it will be well worth your time.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
This is a great wee restaurant that is tucked-away along a side street, away from the busy traffic. The lunchtime and dinner menu's differ but,whatever time of day you come here,the service and food is excellent. Although I haven't yet experienced their evening meal, if it's anything like their lunch menu,I would say it top rate. Their lunch menu is a set price and you are allowed to select five different plates,from a menu of twenty,ranging from pasta,pizza,lasagna,salad,to name a few. All washed down with a nice glass of red wine.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
If you are cycling or walking along the river path, pop-in and check this complex out. It can be easily missed as it is camouflaged by trees.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago