King Robert Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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After a long drive up from Cambridge last night, we set out early today as we had plenty of ground to cover. We have every intention of camping our way through Scotland, but booked a room for the first night to make sure we were well rested for the first day. Our hotel was built along the historic battlefield at Bannockburn and named after King …
... it's all cheap mock-Celtic jewellery stalls and T-shirts saying "Scotland the Brave" and buskers with bagpipes and things.
Then to have a closer look at the Scott Memorial, which is even more startling from close, on my way to the Scottish Academy, right next to the National Gallery (and, I later discovered, joined to it via an underground passage) which was reputed to be the contemporary art space and rather small and very disappointing, especially after ...
... I went on a grand adventure to London. From the upper level of a 2 decker bus, we witnessed a gathering crowd near Westminster Abbey. We looked at each other and thought, “Why not? Let's see what's up.” Off we jumped and were rewarded with an unscheduled and up close view of her Majesty, the Queen. Bob and I were not so adventurously inclined when we saw a somewhat small group waving British flags outside the Glasgow Town Hall. We stayed on our city tour ...
... a computer and also have drinks and snacks when we wanted. And the Sheraton delivered!! At 9:45 a.m. they gave us our room immediately and we checked into the hotel. I love fancy hotels where no matter what time of day you turn up, they give you a room. I once arrived at 5:00 a.m. at the Intercontinental in Dubai and got my room right away. Just perfect.
Went to our room and we have a view of the ...
... arrange for her to move in with me after the holiday so that I can support her.
Under the terms of the contract, a gold-digging, blood-sucking harpy is anyone who lets me do any of the above for them.
I understand that if I don’t fulfil the terms of this contract I will forfeit the respect and patience of everyone I ...