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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... starting to enjoy her motor homing experience. Listening to Radio 2 the songs we started to hear a lot was George Ezra 'Blame it on me' and Megan Trainor - 'All about the bass' This was a lovely site with excellent modern facilities.. Lovely views. Very ...
... pulled on it's way. Shells dotted the high tide mark, behind us the sand dunes and green reed like grass created the most atmospheric backdrop, and the warmth from the sun….we simply couldn't believe it! It was incredibly crowded with 3 other families dotting the beach about 1/2 a km away from one another. It was simply beautiful.
We stretched ourselves out, lay down beach towels and camping chairs. Gill and Stuart amazed us with ...
... dont get to wear kilts. All those times we wore them for the highland comps, we were all in opposite drag. Glasgow itself was an interesting place to hang out for a few days. Lock and I went to the cathedral and then that was the extent of our touristy effort. A few times we found ourselves walking back to the hotel through the mall and it was full of scary teenagers most of whom appeared to be on some pretty serious drugs. The Maccas on the corner near the hotel was ...
... we went to Prestonpans to see if Ella and John Johnson were home - a couple we have been exchanging Christmas cards with for 40 years and who we last saw 25 years ago. Unfortunately no one was at home. A neighbour passed on to Kent the sad news that Ella died 6 months ago. We will write to John when we get home. Mary had an idea to go to the local cemetery to see if there was a grave for gran and grandpa's first baby, Peter. That would have been like looking for ...
... graveyard, ended up using Ebeneezer Scrooge as his main character in the classic we all know, A Christmas Carol.
We walked by a 'true witch shop' called The Wyrd Shop, it seemed like a very creepy place at night but when I went into the store later in the week during the day it was more of just a typical gift shop with some weird things in it.
The tour gave us information about all of the witch burnings, the story of the seventeen doll ...