Ducks at Kilspindie House
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- Pets allowed
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... at the airport was easy after a 5 minute walk. A petrol Audi A1 with stop-start technology will be our carriage for the next ten days. I worked out how to change the Tomtom to the British map but I am yet to change the voice to fit the locals. We found our apartment without too much trouble. It is at least an eight story building with the lift broken. It was a haul to get the bags up but Sergi the owner helped carry a bag up. It was still ...
... streets. We stopped at a few locations. We saw the cafe that she wrote some of the book in. Currently the Resturant is called "spoon" which is on a second level over a coffee shop. The Resturant used to be called Nicolson cafe. Both the coffee shop below and resturant about are actually owned by JK Rowling's sister and brother in law. We continued the tour down potterrow ( a street). Many seem to thing this is where she got the idea of the name Potter. However in interviews she ...
Our first item on the agenda was train bookings and it took a couple of hours. As there are several train companies, u go on one website that compares ticket prices, then log on your discount (we have a two for one card) you then select you train journey and follow the link to that particular train company and sign in pay with credit card and verify your email etc. the process took a couple of hours but we now have three rail journeys booked in and accommodation ...
... t even explain how amazing it is to live in such a city. I might write a blog post, photo’s and all, about this extradonairy city. I don’t regret moving for a second. Despite the wind and the rain and yet more wind it has been an experience i’ve loved. Sadly my degree will be over soon and i’ll be moving away, so I need to find something to do with my life.The last four years have been a whirlwind, not just academically but personally and I ...
... when we outgrew the sweater, it was unraveled again and
something else knit again. As for the
rest of the sheep my butcher told me that most lamb meat (but rarely mutton) is
largely shipped to the EU. Scots,
according to a recent article in the newspaper, only eat lamb on an average of
6 times a year! Sheep farming doesn’t
seem like a very profitable business, but then again, what do I know!