Craigsanquhar House Hotel
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... vegetable source all year for me (except maybe winter when the vegetable selection is pretty limited to Jerusalem artichokes!)
Our touring around for the day was done and we all spent a couple hours chatting in the kitchen. Tom's, (from Boston), cooking abilities are limited to PB & J sandwiches (black currant jam because he thought it was the same thing as grape jelly...) but he upgraded for dinner and had canned soup and canned corn (he was ...
... we ran down the hall, down the stairs to the evacuation point. (at least where other people gathered). Dressed appropriately in shorts, t-shirt and thongs, the driving sleet made me suddenly realise I was bloody freezing. Poor MDW was shivering too. MDW suggested I get a jacket out of the car, but the car keys were in the room. No problem, I'll go to the room. Expecting the fire exits to prevent me re-entering the hotel I simply walked back to ...
... We got pizza for dinner and 2 bottles of champaign and then headed out! We first went to this little quirky bar before heading over the the grass place where there were a million little bars and music pumping! We drank more and then went to a club kind of place in a barn! There was hay everywhere haha we got covered and danced and had an awesome time! Eventually went home, had some more pizza and got to bed at like 4am! Great day!! ...
... There was a small port, a castle ruin on the cliff top and a huge number of kittiwake birds nesting in the old brick walls. Was also windy and freezing so didn't spend too much time wandering around. Back off down the motorway again and stopped for a look at the walled town of Berwick on Tweed. Walked along the old stone wall - a very pretty little town. Arrived ...
We are now in Edinburgh, Scotland, during the 'Fringe Festival', where they have street performers, Buskers, Comedians, Plays, Musicians, Idiots, Nitwits, Drongos, Twits, Dingbats and a myriad of other degenerates trying to make their mark in entertainment. They have a road called the 'Royal Mile', which is long, cobbled stoned, and goes up hill toward the Edinburgh Castle. Well just let me say...it is jam packed with people and if ...