Bouverie Bed & Breakfast at 9b Scotland Street
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... was beautiful. I can't wait to have some more adventures in London and this trip is an amazing opportunity to get to explore. So I'll see you all when I return home and wish me luck in Haggis Land.
Sam B and The Flying Mongoose,
Well there you have it from our two intrepid travelers. May I say John is the luckiest person I know. ...
... a Jim Lambie exhibition at the Fruitmarket Gallery. There were some excellent exhibits at the galleries. Old and new and cool. They were not huge, like the ones in America, but they were decent.
It was a bit too big a day for N, being sick and tackling all the galleries, so he needed a rest before our first shows later that evening. So, I headed out on the town by myself that morning. I checked out the free Museum of Edinburgh, it was pretty fun, but I was ...
... men in stylish tailored suits and the girls in skirts and heels! My H&M pj like pants, bonds t-shirt, Colombia jacket and merrell shoes (that lock laughed at when he saw them in my bag...) didn't quite cut it!!! Never fear though, London has lots of shops and it wasn't long before I was kitted out appropriately, had my legs waxed, had my hair done and I was ready to enjoy London!
In my few days in London I managed to see The Lion King, Book of the Mormon and ...
... happens when you start to delve into these things, they tend to become way more complicated than they need to.
In the end we came to the conclusion that we were playing for luxury and a touch of class rather than pure glitz on the kind of scale that only America can do. We also opted for a non-casino hotel as we thought that with everything we are planning a little oasis of calm would be nice to retreat too.
After much consideration we booked ...
... to the Atlantic storms and without even a handful of mortar, the inside of the Church is bone dry and the structure is rock solid. In addition to the Gallarus Oratory there are literally hundreds of smaller beehive huts scattered around the Dingle Peninsula which were used by early Christian monks, and the tradition survives. At Brandon Creek only a few miles from Gallarus, where St. Brendan set out to discover America, there are the remnants of an old 19th century ...