Down Hall Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Well that is about it, another good day out, the sun was shining, it bought back a lot of memories for Anne and I
If you want a day out for the the kids and yourself, give the museum a try, its free and there ...
My dorm room is the smallest space ever with 8 beds in it, I'm not complaining cause it was free. There is a girl in the bottom bunk who sounds like she has the plague. Fortunately I took advantage of the cheap hostel wine prices and have probably happily snored the night away. I have to queue for CaTs tickets this morning. I am fourth In the line make a new friend and try and hind from the creepy man we met last time I went to see cats. I'm not sure who is ...
... I went and bought a book about the connection of baseball to cricket. We than had to hustle back to the hotel to change as fast as possible so we could be ready for Octagon. Here we got a lecture about marketing of sports. A great experience and some awesome once in a life time information and our day came to a finish. Side note I would add more pictures but for some reason it won't let ...
A couple of us got up early and went to mass at Westminster Abbey. We were a bit late, and after the fact I found out it wasn't a Catholic Mass, but an Anglican Mass. It wasn't that much different from a Catholic mass, but there were a few.
It is still amazing to say I have been to mass at Westminster Abbey where the Royal Wedding Happened, and where Queen Elizabeth along with others before her went through their coronation ...
... busking, and wore his kilt all the time - I could only hope that he was wearing underwear as well. It was colder here, so I assume he was… but anyway. Edinburgh was very impressive. With a powerful history and stunning streets, walking around was great fun. The more we did so however, the more we noticed a very unusual phenomenon, that is, the only goods sold in the city seemed to be Scotch Whiskey and Bagpipes. Tweed was in the air, and we moseyed up and down the ...