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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... s eyes. She then leans over to me, and in the poshest version of her Oxford accent I have ever heard she starts talking about her law degree. I actually felt the lady next to me tense up.
Note to lady: don't hit people with bags.
Right, back on with it. We had a tea and then headed into the agency.
... chamber. Scotland’s Parliament was dissolved in 1707 and reinstated in 1999. The dissolution came about because of the Act of Union between Scotland and England. The Scottish Parliament is responsible for various aspects of Scotland’s governance – similar to the Commonwealth vs States set-up in Australia. The latest phase of the ongoing power struggle is the forthcoming referendum on Scotland’s independence – in September 2014. ...
... knuckled excursion through each small fishing town we passed, with Loch Long on one side and parked cars on the other. We made it to Blairmore, where we planned to stay for the night at the Duncreggan House, without incident.
We received a warm welcome at the Duncreggan House with tea and scones by the owner, Mick, a former Labour Party MP and genuine character with a very English, dry, self-deprecating sense of humor. Since we had already had enough ...
... to get close to the floor, with Megan and Cheryl both completing the last level (no sides left!). We all finally crashed in the wee hours of the morning but got up in time to meet Harrison (Barry's son) who was coming over for a play. Lily, Laura (Alec's niece) and Rob's daughter also came over all together to say hi. Bill cooked us a traditional Scottish breakfast, complete with haggis and black pudding. After a busy morning playing with Harrison, we said our goodbyes ...
... this was the same way that I felt about St. Mungo's Cathedral. It was absolutely gorgeous. I also have somewhat a thing for old cathedrals. Maybe it comes from being a Catholic, but I do enjoy visiting them. They often demonstrate the high quality architecture and art of the time, but also have a true feeling of peace, quiet, and a connection with something bigger. I'm waxing pious at the moment with this admittance, but I do enjoy seeing these ancient cathedrals. I am not quite sure ...