- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... of meat (sometimes known other times unknown), usually served in an animal's stomach, with potatoes and a type of turnip. Don't stick your nose up at it, it really was quite tasty.
After we had had our fill of randomly walking around the city and the sun had gone down ...
... leave or telling you they are bored. I think I sat there for a good 20 minutes, looking at details I think I would have missed if I wouldn't have been alone. Then I walked around, checking out the memorials. It made me really want to go back to Westminster Abbey when I get to London. Even though I've been there, it's just one of those places you think about for the rest of your life, that's how cool it is. After that I spotted a Starbucks; sold. ...
... to run the show once and barely got through it. In fact we did not finish as I saw a very haggard company and decided to stop to deliver notes and encouragement before breaking for lunch. I also had to go to our sister venue to retrieve a key for the dressing room that we are not going to use. lol
The reason is that our theatre is on the 3rd floor, the dressing room is on the basement level. In order to enter the theatre ...
... shortly after. They had turned the heat on in the room for us so it was very warm. The washing will be easily dry by morning.
We have acclimatised very quickly and no sign of jet lag today. Finished the last of the antibiotics today and so don't have to worry about meal times so much anymore. Tomorrow have to move faster to fit in many things. Have the castle, the royal yacht and an art gallery, plus plus plus
I didn't really know what to expect from my tour of Scotland. As you all know, it was quite a spontaneous decision to book this, so I had not done my usual level of research into it. I honestly did not know much about the places we were going to see. The tour was run by Haggis Adventures, and our group of 29 (Aussies, NZers, Americans, Germans, English, Canadians, Polish and Brazilians) had an awesome guide called Andy to show ...