Doris Crook Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and have some new experiences.
2. Are you missing your family?YES!! A silly question I suppose. I have never spent this long away from my kids (except when I was in hospital) and not being able to talk to them all the time has been really hard, the time differences means when they are awake I am sleeping, I can't use my phone except on WiFi so that means it at the hotel. Seeing Imogen crying at the airport as I was leaving broke my heart but to see them on Skype ...
... daughter Sally) before cycling through the beautiful city which was bathed in sunlight.
The one thing we learnt from the day was that Edinburgh's roads are the worst in the UK! A patchwork of different Tarmac 'improvements', each section was either sunken or had a gaping hole ready to devour any bike that passes over it. God knows how we made it out of the city with no buckled wheel or puncture, but we did.
Accommodation: Sally and Ali's flat
... festival" and booked a number of preview (cheaper) and two for one tickets over the following week.
The next day was pretty cruisy too, well all the following days while N is sick has been cruisy. N and I headed down to the Royal Mile (the start of which is only a 5 minute walk from the apartment). We picked up our tickets for the shows and shopped for some "essentials". A new pair of Doc Martens for me to replace the boots I sent home with J as I didn't want ...
... 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 ...
... different from the rest of England...lots of plaid and wool. Don't get me wrong, it was nice to see the different items. Not to mention the ridiculous amount of quilts in the area. I was about to buy one until I saw the price...holy cow! Who would have thought a plaid skirt would cost so much. Regardless it was fun to go through the different shops and looks at both the nice and touristy type items. As we continued down the Royal Mile, all of ...