The Beveridge Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... that went up and around and back down again, a wast of 30 minutes. We finally came up the correct trail and started to track to the top. By this point most people quite out or they were moving really slow. I didn't find out until later that Paul left to go back and get the guitar, and left some of the parents behind with the kids who didn't want to do it anymore. I was at the front with a group of kids and a chaperone. But the time I got up to the summit ...
The morning started off with a production of Shakespeare for breakfast. At 9:30 we all met at our venue to see this show. The entire cast showed up. They offered free coffee and croissant before the performance. The theatre was a 3/4 theater and it was packed. The production was hilarious. Great way to start the day. We had a short break between Shakespeare and our show, so Paul and I ran a few errands. A quick grocery stop and some window shopping ...
... the term given to trade where thieves dealt with stolen graphite, the black staining their hands. The French were the first to master pencil manufacture. Derwent are the soul remaining pencil manufacturer in the UK. Very interesting processes (I really should have been an engineer). Great story about the secret war, pencils hollowed out for air crew. Inside was a tiny compass and a gossamer thin map of Europe. Headed across country to the Roman Military Museum and the ...
... time" period. Lol. We left and headed to Edinburgh castle, it cost £16. We decided against it so continued down Royal Street. We watched a comedy segment for an hour then headed down for lunch. We had lunch at the Mitre Bar. I ordered a lamb meatballs with mash. Nadzha ordered pull beef pudding with beans and mash. We had a deep and meaningful. I shared with her my understanding from my podcast. ...
... IV Bridge and passed the Elephant House, where J.K. Rowling wrote much of the Harry Potter series. That led us back to the Royal Mile.
For dinner we went to Mother India for Indian food - tapas style. It was great! We ordered about 8 different dishes to share, and everyone enjoyed them all. After dinner, while Mom and Dad took Grandma and Grandpa back to their B&B, Nikki and I took a stroll down a few streets ...