Edinburgh Capital Hotel
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Thought I'd share a couple of pics...
Huge one purchased at the shop this week! No, not you Dave! 75kg Halibut!
Massive thanks for Auntie Suzanne for my B'day/Xmas present - hand made quilted bag. Maybe you and Judy need to get together!
... very bad and wordy. I wish that I could have those 45 minutes of my life back. It was all we could do not to nap.
It left a very bitter taste in my mouth. The kids then moved on to whatever they wanted to do. Steve and I decided to go see another show to remove the memory of "Caged Birds" and we saw THRILL ME; The Leopold and Loeb musical. No they are not the authors, they were two killers in the early 1900's in Chicago ...
... Palace. Then cross over to Princes Street and the beautiful 18th century New Town. The afternoon is at leisure. (2 days)
The weather was quite sunny all day with a lite breeze but somewhat cooler(12-14C) peaking at 18C just before getting to Edinburgh.
Spent the better part of the day on the bus stopping every few hours in nice little towns.
First stop was Settle- it had a market going on so we bought some cheese scones to munch on.
Then on to Grasmere ...
... jumped ship) was Mackenzie and it is him who they believe haunts this area. The hauntings started when his tomb was disturbed in 1999 by a homeless man looking for somewhere to sleep and there has been over 5000 documented cases since. We walked into one of the tombs in the prison area and the atmosphere inside was eerie. Again I don't know if this was placebo or not but I felt tingly over the right hand side of my body, particularly on my neck. It was a creepy place. ...
... utterly different to what you know, can become normal and something that you’ll miss. I've learnt that stranger is just a state of mind, that closeness doesn't come from how long you spend with someone or how much you know about them, but what you share. I've learnt that sometimes, life is really, really **** and brutal and unfair, but that the people who can find beauty among pain are some of the happiest people you’ll know. I've learnt that you ...