37 Trevor Square
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... and many lovely theatres near the accommodation. Travellers who enjoy being in a tranquil place surrounded by greenery will adore the spectacular Royal Botanic Garden. There are plenty of retail roads in Edinburgh including the vibrant Royal Mile and Princes Street that have brand name and department stores. Edinburgh Waverley train station is nearby to the residence allowing guests to easily venture around ...
... then the Heathrow Express to my hotel. Looking forward to another sleepin in the morning. This hotel is a bit of a comedown from what I have been accustomed! But beggars can't be choosers I suppose.
Off to have a poke around some haberdashery shops in the morning before I meet Andrea and go to their new home here for a few hours AND to have my Ruby fix!! They have a mini schnauzer who I remember in her early years walking past my home when Andrea would walk her up to the ...
... id to match whoever the ticket has been issued to. Also had to pass through security with body and bag scan.
Anyway, well worth a visit and at some point I'll head back in the evening to catch London by night.
From there headed to nail salon in Whitechapel. Passed a chap replacing flowers in some office building and really like these pink ones - Ginger plant flowers - even if they are a bit past their best.
... of history with our first stop. Next we walk past Big Ben and catch a ride on the Eye. Great views of the city, but a little expensive. We were getting hungry after our Ferris wheel ride so we headed back to our hotel. On the way we stopped at a sushi bar and had a hilariously expensive meal with a couple of old guys and a room full of fashion models. I had a $12 "bowl" of noodles that really was a small finger ...
... and there were a lot of people that I had to walk through. Got on the bus, and spent around an hour on it going past Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Paddington which was quite interesting. It started raining, so I used the sexy ponchos that they had on offer.
Then got off the bus near Oxford St, so went into Marks and Spencers - very nice department store, and Selfridges which had pretty upmarket jewellery on the bottom floor; Van ...