Solway Lodge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on this trip. After church I bought a sandwich, went for a walk and had a picnic in the park, then came home and relaxed. There's something nice, and reassuring about the fact that, even though I'm half way around the world, my Sunday can look pretty much the same as it would at home. Other then the simple fact that lunch and the walk was by myself and not with a friend but "All alone, Whether you like it or not Alone will be something ...
... subway. We went back up to London and had lunch in Covent Garden and saw some street performers. Some of the street performers were humans dressed as statues that looked as if they were levitating. There were magicians and singers who could have been professionals. We stood on the balcony of a restaurant/bar in the square with Emily and their friend Nick met up with us as well. We watched the Magicians and then went around to different ...
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... nightmare. Where I pictured quaint little brick buildings and the famous blacksmith's anvil still in a forge. Instead, it's all white plastic and gift shops and this really tacky "couples maze" where engaged couples have to find each other if they're "meant to be together." I couldn't stand it. Instead, I just bought generic Scotland souvenirs and counted down until we could get back on the ...