The Chestnuts Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... grabbed and pulled off by the enraged pursuing witches.
The Cutty Sark in Greenwich is one of the fastest tea clippers of all time. The owner of the ship also had a ship called "Hallow'een".
Famous Ghosts in London:
Theatre Royal on Drury Lane is haunted by a “Man in Grey” who quite surprisingly ...
I never sleep particularly well when I have an early wake-up, and today was no exception, so I was already awake when my watch alarm went at 4:30am. For once I was pleased that the bathroom is at the other end of our place, so that I could shower without disturbing Mandi.
Claire picked me up from outside 91 Hepburn Gardens in her little Smart Car and 5:05am and we were at Dav's in Leuchars about 15 minutes later. The Smart is an interesting drive. It is quite high with hard seats ...
... store we walked into, the shop assistant tried to convince us that a bottle of water would cost £6.. After weighing up whether he was serious or not, he assured us he was joking and didn't judge when we pulled out our money and legitimately had no idea how to use it. Instead, he offered us some of his pizza and all was good. After our first night in a real bed after attempting to sleep comfortably in an upright seat for days, we were able to get ...
... Grandma for 4 days and saw the snow again which was great. I skied for a day at Glenshee which was so much colder than what I've been used to! I was only home for 18 days so it was over pretty fast. It was hard leaving everyone again and I wasn't sure I was doing the right thing coming back to Australia but it definitely ...
... the city. It was quite nice.
After walking through the museum, I went into the cafe in the Winter Gardens, and had a cappachino. I quickly walked through the Winter Gardens. The Gardens is a glass-enclosed greenhouse, with plants. It was a very nice retreat in the middle of the city.
They were closing, so i left through the side door of the Gradens, and started my journey back to the flat. On my way there, I walked ...