Sandilands Guest House
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... very nice looking out over the North Sea and the golf course. The country side grows soft fruits , raspberries, strawberries etc We have bought punnets of raspberries for 2 Pd and had a great feast. We drove into Edinburgh but stopped in to take photos of the rail bridge over the Firth of Forth from Queensferry. Hotel is a bit average.
Roger and Prue wrote.... Tuesday 23rd June We leave Alastair and Madge's after breakfast and take the coastal road north through Hornsea, Bridlington, Whitby (where Captain James Cook sailed from to discover New Zealand) and Scarborough. The weather is still rainy and after a selfie at Scarborough Castle we head further north on the GPS over the Scottish border north of Newcastle. A Cornish Pastie for lunch hits the mark well. We head for Jedburgh in the ...
Went to the cemetery where Adam Smith (economist) and Ebeneezer Scrooge were buried. The real Ebeneezer Scrooge was very rich, but unlike in A Christmas Carol, he was also very generous with his wealth and frequently fed poor and starving children. His tombstone read something like "a meal old man" (don't remember the exact phrasing). Dickens saw this and misread it as a "mean" old man, and used him in his story.
... to Mimi's for cake (who needs lunch when you have cake). A lovely chat in the warm and dry before heading out again to see Andy for a cuppa qnd catch up. Home for showers, tea and a quiet night, just what you need when you can hear the wind howling and the rain falling. Reports of wild weather for tomorrow so we will see what tomorrow brings before planning to ...
... it's a room behind a locked door but everyone on the floor has access) I went to the Rock-Gospel singer's first rehearsal. We sang some simple but beautifully harmonised hymn-things. The style of teaching is different in that we're not given music but learn the words and melody/harmonies by ear. I quite like it.
I'm now in my pyjamas planning tidying and stationery shopping for tomorrow. Hopefully Doctor Who is up online. I'll see what photos I can add.
Thanks for bearing with me :)