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... Direct train so no lugging suitcase between platforms. Edinburgh Waverlley Station is very central and it takes us about 25 minutes to walk to the hotel which is located in what looks like a quiet road and we have a butler to show us to our room and check us in, he offers to unpack for us, but we decline! Then offers us tea, and returns ten minutes later with huge pot of tea for two and home made short ...
... years as it's too difficult for him to travel as he has MS and has lost most of the use of his legs. This made the trip even more exciting. I got to see my Grandparents!!!! After a small driving tour through the city and a late night reunion we headed to bed. My Grandma successfully fed Dan and I to the gills. Which is pretty difficult with Dan. It was almost amusing to us all to see how much he could eat in a sitting. We had wonderful sausage, ...
... foot hedgerows. These are not one way roads. Figuring out how to drive on these roads and negotiate with oncoming traffic was actually much more stressful and a bigger adjustment than driving on the left in a car with the wheel on the other side. The location of the wheel is irrelevant in these situations.
o Rent or buy a GPS. However, do not try and find Stonehenge with a GPS. Yes, there is a story there, but it is not one I want to revisit. ...
... centre if they could recommend any where for dinner - she suggested the Filling Station - an American themed diner. Ed loved it - he had pepperoni pizza, two scoops of chocolate ice cream and a bottomless drink - I think he had over a litre of milk. Then a quick walk back to the Premier Inn - to watch a show on BBC1 on the recent storms in England, which was very interesting. Another great day, even though it rained most of the day and was ...
... for 6 months.
Going to my landlord's Mum for Xmas lunch/tea/dinner - whatever you want to call it, and hopefully my friend (Lynn) will be here from Melbourne to join me there and for a few days - and Gorgeous Daniel and Friend from Berlin!
No more signs of snow :-( I suppose I should be grateful. (Had to check the spelling of that one - US, English? As this Webmail uses US spelling. And so it's 'grateful' - seems odd...)
Hope everyone is well.