BEST WESTERN PLUS Keavil House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of very old fishing villages along this part of the coast. The streets are narrow and winding, and often cobbled. I'm getting used to driving over the centre line with oncoming traffic, just to get around parked cars. The controls on the Mercedes are different, but I'm gradually getting used to them. The engine stops when the car stops, then starts up when you lift off the brake pedal! A bit disconcerting at busy traffic lights, but the lights here go ...
... or not) and was very good. Talked to a shopkeeper and got a different view of independence for Scotland – a strong no, it is impossible. She had her degree in political science and her family history is all Scot and quite knew all the issues involved. Opinions are passionate on both sides. Several of the shop folks had Washington ...
... needs a man for audience participation, the pickings were slim (I was the only one) so I had to get up and pretend I was her annoyed boyfriend. I have no idea what it is like to be annoyed at my girlfriend so this was very difficult. A few minutes later she needed more audience participation and again it had to be a man. Bugger. Up I got again only this time I had to sing a duet with her. Tess was having a great time during all of this, I'm sure it was because I'm such a ...
The part of our trip that I was most nervous about started with our departure from Edinburgh, driving in the UK. Driving on the left side of the road, from the right side of the car, with roundabouts everywhere, and road signs I didn't understand was a bit daunting, but we picked up our diesel, hybrid, Peugot, SUV rental car about a mile and a half from the hotel. If a French, diesel,hybrid, rental SUV sounds like ...
... the smooth pasty texture was a bit weird), heaps of walking around taking photos and looking at the scenery, hiking up Arthur's Seat to look at the view of the whole city (amazing!), bit of planning for the next few weeks (don't want to be too planned out) and drinking plenty of beer and cider.
Having been here 4 days I have met some of the people that Will has made friends with while he was living over here: Sarah and Suzie who have let us crash at ...