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... lunch stop. This was home to William Wordsworth a famous poet- I am told.
Our last stop was just inside the Scotland border at Gretna. This was a popular stop for young people to elope when you had to be 21 to marry in England
Arrived at the hotel around 5:30pm.
After a short break we headed out for dinner at a quaint little Italian place for pizza.
On our way home stopped at a local pub- The Queens Arms. Had a very nice 12 yr old single malt whiskey called Dalmore 12.
... enjoyed it, so was keen for the girls to have the opportunity to experience the sights and sounds of the many bands and performers. A great atmosphere and lovely backdrop of the castle all lit up, and at times with different colours and motifs on it. Tash and Tif really enjoyed it and KC especially enjoyed the fireworks. The sight of the kids on the motorbikes was rather scary with some of the ...
A slow start today this morning after the energy output yesterday. Irvin came up to the house for one last visit before we set off, but he wouldn't come out to lunch with us all. In case John didn't have a copy he brought up a photo of Jack and Jean's wedding (Johns parents for non family readers who are still persisting with wading through these blogs) which included all the guests. He and Janet were able to identify some of ...
... orders to 'Pull' the metal off his head, taking away the skin on his skull, and starting all over again, going over the now red raw uncovered part of his skull.
As if this was not excrutiating enough, the King decided that the 3rd day would be by far the most painful one. He began by cutting open the poor man who by this stage was drifting in and out of consciusness. The knife began to cut the man from the top of is groin, to the bottom of his chest, exposing his intestines ...
Sorry for the lateness, but I am tired.
Anyways today was all about Harry Potter. The morning started out a bit rough,
as some young inebriated woman decided to ring my flat's buzzer at 4am in order to
gain entry into the building. Needless to say my response is unprintable.
At 11:30am,I then walked over to the Marriot and met the Wellington Sisters and t proceeded to walk over to the boys apt to pick up Brian. Having done that I ...
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