George & Abbotsford Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of our stuff to New Zealand. We bought a couple of boxes that could send up to 2kg each very cheaply.
The final shop in Melrose was the Woolen Mill where we managed to buy some gifts, but obviously can't give away more than that just in case somebody guesses what they're getting.
Walking back from the Woolen Mill, we passed Melrose Abbey which was looking nice. Last time ...
... It has usually been described appearing as a horse, but it is able to adopt human form. Two 30 metre high steel sculptures of horse's heads have been built by the edge of the canal. It is normally possible to climb up inside one of the heads, but surprise, surprise, not today. They were still pretty impressive though.
We wanted to visit a whisky distillery, but didn't have the time to take a trip to the Highlands and Islands where the vast ...
... br> Six hours is quite a long time to spend in an airport waiting for a flight unless, of course, that airport is Changi, in Singapore. If you haven't been there before, it's recommended - it has gardens, a movie theatre, x-box consoles, the most comfortable seats and couches and best of all, everything is free. It's almost like being in a resort hotel and if you have at least 4 hours between flights, there is a free shuttle service taking you into downtown ...
... set up for a wedding(which explained all the people in the lobby there for the wedding the next day). The room we were in was labelled the Ramsay Macintosh suite which the kids and I thought was pretty neat! After the video I joined about a dozen students in the lobby/lounge to play some cards. They had a great time ordering some food and "rounds of drinks". Which consisted of pop and ginger beers! After some serious cards(even without a crib board). We all headed off to ...
... history and a brief orientation we are on our own. We have already had a look at the esplanade to get an idea of where our seats are for tonight and it looks as though we will have a great view.The castle is just opening as we are arriving so we are ahead of the crowds. Our first stop is the Crown Jewels as this is likely to be the busiest area. Next on my list are the rooms of Mary Queen of Scots and the birthing room of her son James ( the future king of Scotland ...