The Rutland Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... I needed to get another taxi to shuffle me over there, but this time it was a bit more difficult to do so. None of the taxis I waved down were stopping of or already had people in them. So I just started walking in the direction I needed to go going in. I'm pretty proud of my sense of direction, and made it to a small square with a round a bout. Taxis will only stop for you if they have time to pull over, so I keep walking down a side street. The route I ...
... going on for tram lines, and a new concourse for the station, both of which are finished now and look quite nice!
It was only a short walk from the station to the hotel, and at least the delay meant that it was well after 2pm and I could check in right away. The lady at the desk was very helpful, pointing out on a map where we were, the walking route to the city centre and the best buses to catch (and prices!). The Haymarket Hotel is made up of ...
... After tea we decide to walk to the botanical,gardens to make the most of the nice weather, lovely spot though we followed the sign to the west gate which was endless path. Only had chance for a quick stroll before the gardens closed, will come back if we get time. Back to change and then back to the city centre for a stroll. Pre dinner drinks in a lovely old pub and curry for dinner, fortunately walk home is ...
... so quick at Karen and Daves. A Barbecue was a great day with all the Food and Drink you could imagine. I even managed to get some cake making in with Rosie.
We also managed to buy our first Caravan who has been named Daisy. A great bargain and many miles fun ahead.A great time with Karen and Dave and we will miss the Company.
Great to see everyone and catch up on all the news ! Once caravan bought, the rest of the ...
... known for their Christian art, especially the Landisfarne Gospels, a beautifully illuminated manuscript and the oldest surviving Gospels with English translation. The original is at the British Library, but there is a nice display here, with "pages" you can turn electronically to see some of the highlights. I have always loved calligraphy and illuminated writings, so it was amazing to see how these were made by one monk, Eadfrith, and to read about the ...