Merith House Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Deacon Brodie may have been Robert Louis Stevenson’s (1850-94) inspiration for The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Mark enjoys telling us the ironic fate of Deacon Brodie who designed the very gallows from which he was later hung. The story, the cold and ...
... that. It as a fairly early night but I was stoked with that as I couldn’t be hangover the next day. The goodbyes were really sad, but I held it together – even when saying bye to Alfie.
Saturday, we packed up everything into two 20kg bags and cleaned the house. That really only consisted of a good vacuum and a bathroom scrub because Derek was staying. Anna took us out for our last brunch which was very nice and Ian popped round ...
Our stay in Edinburgh was been great. We arrived on the overnight train from London and got started early. This overnight train was not as luxurious as the one in Russia, but admittedly much cheaper. This one even had a "seat belt" style arrangement for the top bunk so I didn't fall out in the night. How thoughtful! I always have the top bunk in these scenarios, not sure why, I think it is because it is the most inconvenient for me and the most convenient ...
... going on. I even had a turn on the chute!!! We had a fun day and everyone was a tad tired when we got home.
Today it has been drizzling all day. I have stayed indoors other than going for my walk as i am trying to get rid of a couple of kilos. It was a great opportunity to download all my photos off the ipad as I cannot fit any more photos on it. So I transferred them ...
... the novel may be partial, my appreciation is supreme. It's incredibly raunchy, and deals largely in sex, masturbation, excrement and mommy issues, but taken lightly as a simple comedy, or taken earnestly as the development of a (largely accurate, it seems) stereotype, it is in its own way, truly brilliant. I'm coming to admire Philip Roth more and more, and that's not only because—as I was recently informed by a friend of my esteemed brother—he has quit writing and ...