Cross Keys Hotel
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... it, but
only by nearly going over it. Unsure of the cost as it is a toll road, I used the
convenient U turn spot and we went to the Humber Bridge Park. Probably very nice,
but it didn't really show us the bridge, being well planted with now mature trees.
We meandered back to our B&B. Driving up the driveway a young deer crossed our
path. I stopped. It went a few yards into the woods and it stopped too. It looked
hard at us as we at it. After a moment ...
The alarm was set for 3:30am and the taxi to the airport booked for 3:45am. Obnoxious and ridiculous hours to catch a flight that was only going to end in Sydney 3 hours later with an 8 hour layover. Even more obnoxious and ridiculous was the fact that I woke up at 1:45 and couldn't go back to sleep! I guess my emotions and mind are working harder than I realized. I'm going to try not to let it get the better of me, though when we went to leave I started ...
... could not follow the story line. Also, the venue was not suitable and they had sold too many tickets – so we were all jammed in like sardines in a tin. By the time the performance finished (they usually last about 50 minutes) we were all roasting – the complete opposite to the outside temperature.
We had a slow wander back to our apartment via the shops and the Fringe on the Royal Mile. ...
It was changeover day again today with glorious weather which made a huge change. We were to travel from home to Linwater Caravan Park in West Lothian above the Pentlands. There were extra jobs to do because we were leaving from home, empty the fridge, turn everything off, hoover through and clean the bathroom. We were shopping in Asda at 0830hrs this morning to stock up on basics, pasta, rice, sauces, and meat ready to make ...
... certainly some very proud, protective Mums in the fields with them. The walk had also closely followed the railway from Peebles to Penicuik. Unfortunately the line is no longer used and has been dismantled but there is still evidence of the raised track bed and bridges. We thought it would make a great cycle route one day if the finance could be arranged and the landowners engaged. Eddlestone was easily visible across the A703 tucked below Hog Hill ...
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