BEST WESTERN Summerhill Hotel And Suites
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- Train to Edinburgh, must leave the night before, sleep over in a hotel to catch 8am flight out. Cost = £120
- Bus to Edinburgh airport, must leave the night ...
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... were asking me questions about my travels and telling me how brave I was, which was quite nice given most people now tend to think I am English so don't ask many questions.
We talked for about 15 minutes before we exchanged names, and one of the guys just said "John", to which I replied 'oh, that's my Dad's name'.
Hence the reason he told me just to call him Dad all night. I didn't obviously, ...
Had just a fabulous time with our friends at Kingswells. Can't upload photos, as the wifi here on the train is slow. We were privileged to have a room to our selves, as most others had 3-4 to a room. They even decorated "the honeymoon suite" for us. :-) Fun to stay in a big country mansion, parts of which date back to 1666. Our classmates were our group, plus two women from Aberdeen and a wonderful lady from New York. The ...