Raemoir House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the Virgin arrivals lounge for our second breakfast of the day and Mandy got a quick nail treatment, we then headed over to Terminal 2 where our last flight of the holiday was leaving from. The next couple of hours were spent having a look around, shopping and having our third breakfast of the day! Before long it was time to go home and the end to another great trip!
... was quite turbulent but I managed to get a fair amount of z's,. Ryan, not so much! Paying for a slight upgrade of our seats meant it was only ryan and I in the row of seats so no one bothering us, it was worth it! 1 movie, 6 chapters of my book, 50 games of solitaire and 3 meals later, we landed in Johannesburg. 0105 local ...
We are up at six to make dure we have time to enjoy the wonderful breakfast you always get at the Sukhothai. We have ordered a taxi for 8.00 which as it happens turns out to be too early. It is a public holiday in Thailand for the King's birthday so rather than being stuck in the usual traffic jams we sail straight to the airport in half an hour.
When we get on board there is the usual commotion getting seated. Two ...
... 10 o’clock and I have to say we were completely worn out from the day and entire weekend.
It couldn't have been any more perfect and we are so thrilled that everything turned out how it was supposed to considering we weren't the best wedding planners while we were traveling. We want to give a huge shout out to our brothers and sister-in-law, Phil, Sean and Mandy. Thank you for taking time out of your busy lives to come over to celebrate with us! It wouldn't have been ...
... board that we liked the sound of. Julie ended up choosing Cullen Skink, a traditional Scottish soup made with smoked haddock, potatoes and other odds and ends, followed by a baked chicken supreme which was filled with Stornoway black pudding (which was almost like pate and pressed into gaps in the chicken like stuffing) and served with a peppercorn sauce. I selected the mushroom soup and a fish pie. All was quite excellent and we didn't have any room left for the ...