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... Charles's honeymoon. A staff of over 200 were onboard and the private staff of the Queen also traveled with them. This wasn't just a "yacht" but resembled a small cruise ship.
It was a very interesting and intimate look at more modern royalty than we've so far experienced. We toured the bridge and engine rooms, of course, but we also saw the private rooms occupied by the Queen, her ...
... and they have to find a gym asap and actually make the effort to go. They have days off in funny places, like Glasgow, so most of the crew spend all their time in their hotel room. In fact most of them have already done the world tour with some artist so nothing is new and being a tourist is the last thing any of them want to do! Even shopping is not a thing that they can really do to entertain themselves, as they travel for so long and with limited luggage capacity. ...
Arrived in Edinburgh today to spend a night with Allison in Edinburgh. The day started late, with me trying to work out how to narrow down my three suitcases down to one backpack. ( the answer to this is to have a very kind younger brother who has offered to bring the rest of my bags either back to Australia or down to London) So we ...
... it was right there and left Ben a chance of making it to Edinburgh. Belinda sat there watching the board waiting for the platform to come up and hoping the train would be delayed, she'd given up hope that Ben would make it.
After what seemed like an eternity finally the Platform number came up, Platform 8, great result. Back on the phone.
'Ok, it's platform 8, so as soon as you get into the station, turn right and get on ...
... tea, reading the paper, and having dinner. At 19:00 I headed a few blocks away to The Beehive Inn Pub, where the Literary Pub Tour was starting at 19:30. The tour was 2-hours of great fun and entertainment. It consisted of two actors who took us to three different pubs and explained how the areas nearby related to the literary greats of Edinburgh. They also recited some of their famous poems and other works. I am not sure how much of their ...