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... about 40 minutes and our motley crew of about 15 people were still hanging about, finally one of the other passport control people calls us over and says welcome to Scotland and i said yeah well the way your mate is going over there i thought we would not get in till next year she just laughed and said are you here on holiday and where are you staying so we said yes and told her next thing bang bang have a great stay in the UK and Scotland and we were through.
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... Mark came in and sat down waiting for the remaining bags to be brought down by the porter. In fact, Von, the gentleman from Alabama came down enquiring about when the bags were going to be picked up. The desk told them that they must have missed the 6:45 cutoff, and that they would need to bring them down themselves. Well, upon hearing this, Mark came unglued. He snapped, that our tour group had paid for porter service, and that he wouldn’t ...
... but when it comes to certain things I am still trying to find the most effective and healthy coping mechanisms. I am sure you all can relate in your own ways and understand the difficulty. One thing, among many, that I am grateful for is that I have been blessed to have this opportunity over here and to have the experiences I have had. On a trip like this you test yourself physically, mentally, and for me especially emotionally. ...
Of course, it wouldn't be a Switzer vacation without a screw-up and that's just what we got when we fell asleep on the train after seeing Shelby. We woke up and saw that we just missed our connection at Peterborough. So we got off at the next stop, Stamford, and went back to ...
... And here I thought dating was hard in the 21st century.
The royal yacht Brittannia was commissioned in the 1950’s and decommissioned in the 1990’s. It is a good look at how the other (upper) half lived as they were sailing around the world.
The favourite part of the day for me (Simone) was a visit to Mary Kings Close. Closes in Edinburgh are the narrow laneways that run between buildings ...