Rosslea Hall Country House Hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Before departing the Malmaison in Leith, me being a Markwart tried to get some sort of discount from the hotel for having a working fire alarm which disturbed our beauty sleep on the first night. No discount! Hmm! MDW did over hear a lady debating her bill with the receptionist until she was told it was their room the fireman detected the cigarette …
... them. Some of the competitors featured musicians who have been paying for 10 or more years, compered to some of our members who have been playing for less than 12 months.
There was still the grade 3 to get us through to the finals. They played at 3:30. Just as they were about to play the weather took a turn for the worse. the rain and a fierce wind came in. The kind of wind that lifts your kilt and makes it hard to focus on playing.
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There are no photos, there is nothing say, but we all safely negotiated our way around Glasgow! The best planning in the world didn't stop one of us ending up on the M74 and the others cycling past Celtic football ground about 20 mins before kick off, oh the joys ...the rest rest we will leave to your imagination. Then we found the Cycle path ...
... and went back to bed. Trevor watched the show and took part in the Syndicate Quiz, but I just wanted to make up for the lost sleep of the night before. By this time we were docked in Holyhead, Anglesey, and the night was nice and quiet and best of all, no shaking bed! Hopefully I – and the weather – would be a lot better tomorrow. ...
Well what a day this was. The morning was at home just getting ourselves organised ready to go to the pantomime.
The panto, as it's known is a very special part of the Christmas season all over UK. Usually the format is based on a popular fairy tale - there's a pretty lady, a handsome hero, and often a wicked witch/stepmother type which is a male playing a female part. The story line is quite simple with ...