Pitbauchlie House Hotel
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... shapes and sizes. We decided to celebrate with coffee at the Queensferry Hotel. Thank-you, Fiona and Kathleen for your donation to the National Eczema Society, for coffee and home- made scones and kind wishes from the quilters in Newstead. It was good to hear that the Newstead wall hanging is progressing well and I look forward to linking in with them when the walk is finished. It had been good to share some of my story with you both and I hope you ...
... disappointing. Far too crowded and not what I was expecting.
5. Onsen. For those that don't know it's a Japanese bath in natural hot springs and everyone said that I would love it. I didn't, it was far too hot, I felt sick and just hated it.
6. Khatakali dancing in Kerala. It's traditional Keralan dancing which makes you loathe to criticise it, but by god it was awful, and went on forever!
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... And Fran's Dad used to play the trombone! Pap Pap definitely did not bring any of that talent over with him on the boat! ;)
That weekend was Fran's birthday so I got the chance to see a lot of the family. Saturday, Fran's oldest son, Matthew, and his girlfriend Hazel took us out to lunch at The 7 Kings Restaurant. It was a great lunch I had Haggis and BLUE MOON (very, very rare here!) I got the chance to know Matthew and Hazel a little bit. ...
... a table full of empty water bottles and filters to make sure no alcohol was put to waste.
The festival itself was… um, wow. Insane would be an understatement. It took place on Calton Hill and it was so busy you couldn’t move. People were dressed up like avatars and painted red like devils and there was lots of fire throwing.
My last day in Edinburgh was one of the most memorable. I walked all around the city, old ...
Yesterday was the arbitrary day that my flatmates and I decided I would no longer be able to use the "I have mono" line as an excuse. AKA..I am mono-free!! I actually do feel a lot better. I successfully have gone to the gym 3 times and can handle some drinking and do not need to take a nap every single day (only some!).
Edinburgh is still amazing, it is still pretty cold, but it's not as dreary as ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking