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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... time. We snapped a bunch of pictures and had to run. I made sure to try and take some pics of the kids who actually made it and didn't have a camera. So at some point I will have to dump all my pics on the computer and send them to all the parents. I know they would appreciate it. Usually Paul takes a bunch of pics but I managed to spend more time with them. We ran back, ok not ran, walked quickly. Our legs were burning, well mine were, but we still made ...
... bonding, being in sync. Oh.....they served cake. Not just any cake. They made a cake with strawberries and grapes and it was on a tea cart. Basically, while the show is going on you pass the tea cart around and eat cake. Very odd, but the end was just beautiful. They sang an A Capella version of Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton's island in the stream. The night ended with a great FaceTime session with Joanna and the kids. I didn't realize how difficult ...
... certain Scotish rain, we woke to the most amazing blue sky. Peebles is much prettier in the sunlight!
Nana had for us toast and tea ready in her flat and the kids revelled in the fact that they could zip down to her apartment in the elevator on their own. So much did they enjoy this, that as Tony and I were getting dressed for the day, we knew exactly what was being placed on the breakfast table at what time as Talia and Avaia happily let ...
... here is birdwatching.The Scottish Ornithologists Club at Aberlady - Waterston House looks out over the Aberlady Bay Local Nature Reserve. Dedicated car parks and bridges and boardwalks extend out into the foreshore and sand flats. We stopped for lunch at a German bakery that had wicked cakes in the display case - resisted temptation! Made dinner for A.Dot to thank her for everything. Pork belly. ...
... of those smart phones. Edinburgh is a lovely city, more architecture than you can poke a 2B at. After dropping my stuff at the guest house I tried my luck at catching a bus into the city. Apparently all fares are £ 1.50 regardless of how far you are going, bargain. However the bus driver is cashless so you must have the correct change. That's annoying. However I did manage to find the right bus and get off at the right spot, what a clever boy I am. I decided I ...