Elm House Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is exciting for me to be back in this city in this stage of life, looking back fondly on those memories and creating new ones.
I all seriousness, this was a terrible excuse for a blog. I promise the next one will be better, but I have spent too much time retyping sentences out of exhaustion so they will make an ounce of sense.
Until next time, here are some photos that prove we are alive!
... on to Seoul. Fortunately we managed to find our connecting flight with 20 minutes to spare and the whole journey went like clockwork from there on. On arrival at Osaka airport we headed for the trains and had to join a long queue to buy a ticket straight through to Kyoto. At the platform Katie was impressed with the vending machines there was one with ice cream but she didn't fancy one in her tired state. When the train pulled in she ...
... not too bad as our entrance into Kensington Palace was through the street where country consulate homes are located and there are very old big trees everywhere hanging over the sidewalks which helped to keep us dry. Once again no photography allowed but there were some magnificent homes and very well kept gardens on these properties. We stepped inside ...
... was no sign of it!
The road continued through pretty moorland where hardly a car passed us until it was time to say goodbye England and hello Scotland! The landscape became more wild as we followed a river until we came to the town of Hawick.
Accommodation: Brougham House, Hawick
I slept like a baby Monday night into Tuesday The hostel room, even though we paid for 8 bed mixed dorms has just one other bed, and while the guy sleeping in it snored it really didn't phase me in the slightest - I didn't stir until my alarm went off at 8am. Jess and I then started our day in the breakfast room of the hostel, where they had muesli, rice bubbles, toast, jam and tea and coffee - perhaps the most extensive free breakfast I've seen at a hostel. The staff working the ...