Cameron House Luxury Lodges
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
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... enough paths to give me a variety of routes to walk each day. I even started to get used to the noise from the motorway and it became less of an irritant. In the end I visited the city three times and really liked it; whilst I am not a great shopper, the range of shops was wonderful and they are all situated in a very compact area which makes visiting the city centre very easy. The hairdresser I found was good and the final positive thing was that once in the city ...
... and listening. This included about half an hour watching a juggler who was a rock and roll fan - a great show and his patter (even though he was foreign) was brilliant!
Slowly we headed back down towards Princes Street and up into Rose Street. We were ready for tea by this time so we meandered along looking for somewhere we fancied having tea. We tried the Kenilworth but when they told us they had no fish for some reason we all decided ...
... beds which had someone's towels on them. The lady next to me turned and said she felt embarrassed as she was German. I off course reassured her that the whole of the world did not think that the Germans were a nation of sunbed stealers!!! Well what's a wee white lie if it reassured her. Great laugh last night at the murder mystery meal in the Italian restaurant. Team Taggart were on the case, problem being it was a case of wine, and after copious amounts of it we were pure dead ...
... the camera repair shop, cos my good camera was having lens issues but we got up to the supermarket and I changed my mind because I didn't think it would get repaired in time as we were planning to leave Edinburgh that afternoon. So instead, we walked into the city to find the tourist information centre to get some information on the Loch Lomond region. We walked through the city and across the bridge into the New town, where we walked along the street, across the grass and past ...
... 8217;s birthday, Ramadan, Indonesian Independence Day and Lebaran. I had lived under the Bridge Over the River Kwai and had my body manipulated by the best masseurs the world has to offer. I had eaten samgupsal, chabu chabu, galbi, pig spine soup, massaman curry, sticky rice, lab, dragonfruit, the greatest Indian curries I have ever come across, and not a single dog (despite some close scrapes and devious deception by Paul Duffy). I ...