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... work with. She decided we would hit a few shops on our way to get lunch. We hit a few stores on Cockburn street and eventually ended up at a the baked potato shop where we had lunch. They offer 2 sizes of potato, small, med, large. Then you choose topping, hot or cold. They range from chili to spicy hummus, avocado salad to spicy corn, the list just never ends. They are more than generous with the toppings. I mistakenly ordered a medium with two toppings, spicy hummus ...
... Luckily across the road from my
hotel, The Royal British Hotel. It was into my pyjamas and bed for me.
Tuesday dawned sunny but I decided to spend at least the
morning doing some family history research. Before I left the hotel I arranged
to extend my stay until next Monday, getting a good deal for bed and breakfast.
I spent 5 delightful hours in the Scotlands People Centre in
the General Register House looking into George William ...
... no hot air balloons and certainly not under any canvas, but we feel a sense of wonder that we have circumnavigated the Globe. Fifteen flights and not a single one delayed, or any suitcase gone astray...that must be some sort of record. We have met some amazingly helpful, pleasant people and confirmed that we do indeed live in one of the most beautiful places in the World. It is lovely to come home.
We are ...
... architecture, welcoming residents, and not to mention the most adorable cafes I have ever seen!
My family and I live on a small street in the city centre surrounded by boutiques, gardens, and most importantly (for my dad) pubs with their endless supply of football matches. There is a park over by our house where we can walk our french bulldog, Sarge, who has a fun ...
... would trade. There is a pub there called Maggie Dickson's. Maggie Dickson was arrested and sentenced to death for adultery. Her husband left her and she slept around, but because she was still married, when she got pregnant, she was considered a criminal. The baby ended up dying which is how she was found out. Maggie was hanged and pronounced dead and put in a coffin. Some how, she woke up as she was being taken to the cemetery. She was brought back to be hung again, but it ...