G&V Royal Mile Hotel Edinburgh
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... in medicine. Wednesday morning was clear and cold when we headed north. We drove in heavy traffic through the morning peak hour. After 20 minutes of driving we were already in the countryside. The drive to Inverness is about three hours, which for Australians is not far, but for the Scots is a big drive. The road was good and mostly on two way roads. Driving north we climbed about 2,000 feet elevation. It was cold and we could see ...
... a child. So not a comedy. The performers were outstanding, the show not so much.
I am enclosing a picture of Gigi literally giving Lindsay the shirt off her back because Lindsay decided to wear something a bit too see through. Ahhhhh kids!
It is sunny today and we are going to see SHAKESPEARE FOR BREAKFAST!!!!! I love this show. Stay tuned for your children, 10am and SHAKESPEARE FOR BREAKFAST. Bye!
... village many years ago. From what I recall, it was a similar length walk, but she actually had to get in and scrub the clothes against the rocks to get them clean. It put my walk, carrying a full bag of clothes in the hot sun, into perspective. At least I can sit here and read/write and drink my Starbucks frappucinno while the machines do the work ;-)
Today we plan to stay in, sandwiches for dinner, and a quiet ...
... I still don't know!) Suffice to say, the amount of information around the place in English and the amount of English speaking people was very helpful, and I was surprised that even lots of older people could speak to us.
When we finally got to our destination after 27 hours of travelling, we were welcomed into the hotel and our traditional tatami room :-)
... at a small cafe and had sandwiches. They were absolutely delicious and cheap, the best kind of sandwiches. We also awkwardy ran into a couple that was staying in our hostel room, but we did not speak. We finished eating and walked back up the street towards the castle. We did some shopping while we were out, and also walked over to new town for a little. New town had a completely different feeling. It was dirty and congested and not at all what I as expecting. We walked back ...