Elgin Terrace B&B
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the class at Gleneagles 2014 and betrayed his country and his team mates” He
and Patrick Reed can now be categorized by UK Border Services as they exit as “Odious
Little Toss Pots”. And yes we do have that category. So as this edition draws
to a close, I should provide explanation of the Scottish word of the day and
offer some accolades for sumptuous Scottish cuisine. Aside from the much vaunted
... a quick breakfast before we had to board the train. At a quarter to nine, I headed to the train, handed my bag to the porter and boarded the last of the standard class carriages. AT 9am we started off.
Shortly after getting underway, I had my first Dr Who encounter of the trip, as we passed Alexandra Palace and its tall broadcasting antenna. Quickly, though, we had passed the building and were on our way.
The trip lasted for just over four hours and was very ...
... night. Open-plan living and kitchen – no bed in the corner! Long story re ex-landlord but to cut a long story short, another chapter of my life is over! No, nothing like that. Just money hungry!
25 April (ANZAC Day)
- I made ANZAC biscuits for the boys (in the Fish Shop) and the guys at work (oh and a few for the guys in the butcher’s opposite the Fish Shop – which the boys weren’t impressed about, ‘Just bring them all here next time!’). ...
... as we got deeper into the city, the mood changed drastically. We saw the castle in the distance, gothic buildings left and right! Each street had as many gorgeous buildings as we'd seen on the rest of the trip so far. Bright lights and colors lit up the neat architecture, double decker busses passed by, and cemeteries looked creepier than ever. The cold seemed less harsh and by the time we walked a good distance, we didn't even want to turn around and head ...
... Soaking wet, I arrived in Edinburgh to join a three-night Hogmanay 'tour' run by an Australian tour company. Having checked into the hotel, I met the tour leaders, collected my tour t-shirt and beanie...and then spent the next three days avoiding those who were wearing them! The tour, you see, is set up for early-twenty-somethings from down-under, and based on a liquor, rinse, repeat cycle, the thought of which leaves me cold! Which begs the question, why would I sign up for ...