Fairfield House Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... queen's message (THAT SHE DIDN'T EVEN OPEN) inside it. I momentarily felt bad for him, then I remembered he was a prince and figured he'd have plenty of money and menservants to comfort him.
I would like to take a moment to have an aside about guest bedrooms.
Why do we all seem to think they need so many pillows?!? Grandma and Grandpa's had four, the one I'm in has eight! Nobody needs that many, surely? But I have been in the same position and put six pillows on a ...
... food. Got pizza, buns, biscuits and coleslaw for the bus ride. Then kept walking. Took about 15min more and I was tired. So went and had a shower and got my computer and went across the road to the kitchen hostel area with the wifi. I ate two bowls of cornflakes and went on the computer. Started to look at booking the rest of he trip and got freaked out and started feeling really home sick again. Cooked my pizza and chatted to the girls who worked at the hostel ...
... we then had to tidy up the suitcases ready for our change of country.
Our two weeks in Scotland has seen us travel from south to north, from east to west, from island to island and we have thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it, with one little glitch in Ayr that is now forgotten in the overall scheme of the wonderful experience of Scotland.
Let us hope that the next five weeks are just as good and we are looking forward to the next ten days in ...
... pretty nervous. Not that it was my first trade fair for Flanders Investment and trade. Indeed I've been to one at Herriot Watt University last week as well about sustainable construction development, where I had the honor of listening amongst others to a seminar by Doctor Pachauri, chairman of the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Nevertheless this was the first event I went to alone. No boss to guide ...
... up the bags, returning to Waverley station. Ben & Cushla then caught a train to London, while Ruth, Marion & David went to Glasgow.
The journey to Glasgow did not take long, but it was highlighted by the performance of a number of other women passengers in the same carriage, who seemed to be rather drunk and who were certainly noisy.
When we got to Glasgow, it was a relatively short walk along ...