Murrayshall House Hotel
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... The guys at the bottom were very nice and said I could leave my backpack with them because it wouldn't fit through the narrow stairwell at the top. Boy were they right! I barely fit through the stairwell at the top! There's nothing quite like trying to walk up a set of really tight spiral stairs half sideways. It was worth it though - the views were absolutely incredible! I made a video about it :) George and ...
... more and decided to go back to the place I was before and try another show! And I'm so glad i did! I saw a this show called the rat pack and it was all these stand up comedians! And they were hilarious! Like I was in stitches! This one guy like sang his bit and he was the best thing I have ever seen! Amazing sing and so so so funny! It was the best! So finally my day had picked up! I went and met up with Hannah and went ...
... s brother's house at Sunderland about 6. She and David had prepared a lovely meal of Gammon - boiled bacon - an English specialty - very delicious. David and Eibhlin live in central Sunderland in a beautiful spot, in a three story 1870's house, that they have lived in and been renovating for 11 years. Quite delightful and we are very appreciative of their ...
... at the time we are in Asia, so waterproofing our kit is very important. Deciding on what footwear to take is still in discussion. We took advice on boots and decided that they would need to be the best of the best. Tiso again were brilliant and even let me change my boots after 2 months trial as I wasn't happy and they weren't that comfortable.
Thanks again to Tiso in Edinburgh.
Our rucksacks were fitted for us by a ...
... mentioned...and I have yet to sort them out...but it was interesting seeing the great hall (the largest medieval one in Scotland), rooms in the royal palace like the king and queen's bed chambers, chapel royal, throne room, etc. (lots of unicorns used in the decoration which supposedly symbolize loyalty...I think...have to check that out), and the great kitchens. This was honestly maybe the most interesting part for me, haha. They had mannequin ...