Old Mill Hotel
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... of weeks of our holiday left we are having a brief sojourn to the Czech Republic for three days prior to finishing up in the UK. From Edinburgh we decided that since we were so close to Glasgow we should shoot over and take a look. Despite warnings along the motorway saying that heavy rain was forecast the sun shone for most of the day with no rain at all. We found a park and ride and hit ...
... of Scotland, a more traditional gallery with amazing centuries old portraits, landscapes etc, where we wandered around in awe of the size and beauty of the paintings. After that we continued to wander around the shops, heading towards Calton Hill until we discovered some steps leading up to the old Calton Cemetery. According to Chris, it is the most haunted cemetery in Edinburgh (where he got his facts from I have no idea!). We continued on ...
Reality in now setting in.
The house has been transferred into storage. Nothing left in the house except cleaning kit and hoover.
Dee is stretched out on floor and unsure if she will be able to get back on her feet. Think her backs gone with all the cleaning.
We have been non stop this week, moving the house contents, cleaning the house and getting ready to go.
We have been visiting family and friends and look forward to ...
... street sitting outside a branch of the HSBC, I know a lady who works in there I said 'Yeah right' said Henry. Honestly I do, so with a push from Henry I plucked up the courage to walk in (looking and smelling pretty bad) and ask if my friend was there ' Oh yes she still works here, I'm gutted for you said the kind lady (who made no backward step away from me!) Friday's are her day off! Shame would have been fab to see her must be 5+ years since ...
... Durham seemed to be more crowded than we would have expected but it was a nice atmosphere as the crowds seemed to be mainly locals enjoying the holiday sunshine. Heading northwards we briefly diverted to inspect a small section of Hadrian's Wall which had the appearance of a small pile of rocks that you might find in a garden centre but we believe there are some sections a bit further away worth visiting. The original ...