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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to get school clothing....Coincidence? Who knows. What I gathered from this tour was clearly Edinburgh was definitely an inspiration for her. Wether or not any of these things are directly related it was still interesting to get the back story to some of it. Oh, I forgot to mention my sorting hat incident. In the graveyard our guide asked for a volunteer to put on the sorting hat and get chosen into a house. Well of course Paul told the kids ahead of time he wanted to embarrass ...
... that was missing a front leg, pretty mean effort getting up there! From there we headed back to England. Jack and the boys were off to Blackpool today so we were in no hurry and we checked out a few towns on the way down. Had lunch in Berwick on Tweed, pretty good BLT in a nice seaside village then pushed on down the A1 to Croft on Tees which is in North Yorkshire. We are staying at The Croft, an old English pub with hotel rooms upstairs, ...
The second day we decided to pay Lizzy’s house a visit – Holyrood Palace. After a fully cooked breakfast we walked outside only to confront the worst weather I have ever experienced in my whole entire life. It was so windy that I almost got blown over and whilst ...
... Scandinavian beds, even doubles, are made up with a single duvet for each person, usually neatly folded on the end rather than spread out. There is no sheet between you and the duvet, as the Australians do, and the undersheet can be made out of stretch towelling, sometimes laundered in such a way that it feels like sacking. Maybe it's all that whipping with birch twigs in the saunas that makes it desirable to have that sort of texture against your skin. In ...
... a little homesick and something just pops up to brighten your day? Well for us that was lunch at our own little slice of home...Penrith Pub...or as the locals call it the "Board and Elbow". Cobbled stone streets, whitewashed walls and a clock tower In the middle of the town square left our version of Penrith for dead. Across the border and like magic Bren's accent changed to a bad interpretation of William Wallace mixed with Sean Connery. " Aye Bunk, weva cross sed inta ...