Park View House Hotel
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... to run the show once and barely got through it. In fact we did not finish as I saw a very haggard company and decided to stop to deliver notes and encouragement before breaking for lunch. I also had to go to our sister venue to retrieve a key for the dressing room that we are not going to use. lol
The reason is that our theatre is on the 3rd floor, the dressing room is on the basement level. In order to enter the theatre ...
... days we have admired the parkland and huge escarpment just outside our front door. Today we climbed to the top of Salisbury Crags. It took me ages, with lots of stops to catch my breath, but I did it. Unfortunately it looks due west into the sun, so we couldn't see the city very well, but it was spectacular. Terry wouldn't let me go too close to the edge to take photos.
Now I am sitting on the lounge having a glass of wine.
... trip to Prague as well as a couple of trips to Northern Ireland. I have had visits from my son Adam, "The Thomsons", Deirdre and Donnach. I have met loads of folk and made some new friends, experienced amazing generosity, been to awesome places and found many pieces of myself.
This week has been a quiet one including a last visit to Princes St and a trip to deep water world with Sandra and ...
... of two areas - the old city and the new city, although coming from the USA both look old to me. Glasgow is just 50 miles away although it took us 2 days by sea to get to Edinburgh. There is a large university, the University of Edinburgh, which has about 5,000 students; St Andrews University has about 2-3,000 students. We traveled up the hillside over looking the city for a beautiful view and then down the Royal Mile with Holyroodhouse (the Queens Palace) at one end and ...
Unbeknown to us, the air traffic controllers were on strike
in France but the Robinsons were lucky with both Jamie and us getting out Ok that day, albeit after sitting in a full plane for one and half hours waiting for a “window” when we could fly
out. Cameron met us at the airport so we were travelling in style.
We had spent our last euros on two bottles of red wine, one cheap and ...