Cross Keys Hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... morning of our trip, the British Airways stewardess arrived at Talia's seat after she woke up, with an envelope from none other than the TOOTH FAIRY!! Wowza! What a surprise. This set up our time for Scotland really well - and in one particular person's case, a wee bit richer!
Let me tell you now all there is to see in the London Airport! Wait….I don’t have any recollection. I was too busy running ...
... about 5 miles of it in the mud ... with Rebecca and Garth last year. Back into the warmth of the car and over the horseradish to Scotland. Just had to stop and see the abbey that dominates your view as you drive into Jedburgh. Wow. Beautiful little village which has a wild history being so close to the English border. We had the bonus of visiting Mary Queen of Sotts house and discovering about her difficult life ... Declared Queen of Scotland when still ...
... was a gorgeous sunny day. As was Sunday so we headed over to the Ellwyn for the session.
I have so many pics of the Castle but none with blue sky as a background so have taken lots more pics this week whilst in town. Hope you enjoy them. I also visited St Cuthberts but couldn't get in as it was too late so inside photos will follow. This Parish Church is at the foot of the castle and Christianity has been celebrated continuously on this ...
... Argh! Oh well! So we went upstairs into Shamoli, where the staff were super friendly, and seated our table of 11, even though we didn't have a booking, and it was getting late! We took turns in going to the bottle shop next door to grab some BYO's, and all had an absolutely delicious dinner! It was seriously the best. If you're in Edinburgh, get Indian here! Delicious! We even got given free pappadums with chutneys at the start, and a free mini mango lassi and the ...
... of tourists. He was even given a pardon by the Lord Provost when it was decided that all stray dogs should be put down—apparently he Provost payed for him, and made him the responsibility of the city.
I thought this tale was charming. Now, apparently some woman in 2011 went about debunking this story, and making a fuss about how it was probably multiple dogs, or just the kirkyard keeper trying to make some money off a tourist attraction (well done, as he ...
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