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... be seen, the kids must enter the lobby and go downstairs. They then enter the dressing room and walk up four flights in a private stairwell. They wait there until the door to backstage opens 5 minutes before 1pm. Very strange.
I broke them for lunch at 11am and most of them ate, rested and got dressed and made up for the performance. I ran over to C Nova and got the keys in what can best be describes as a Buster ...
We had a lovely visit to the Palace of Holyroodhouse this morning, about a 10 minute walk away. It is the official residence of the Queen when she comes to Scotland. It is gorgeous, beautifully decorated, and with the most ornate plaster ceilings.
We saw Mary Queen of Scots' chambers, where her Italian secretary David Rizzio was stabbed 56 times by her jealous husband Lord Darnley in 1566. There was ...
... br> I am homeward bound tomorrow and arrive Friday. The absolutely delightful Sarah is taking me to the airport and Sandra is meeting us there. There's going to be tears !!!
I have learnt the weak can never forgive as forgiveness is an attribute of the strong along with vulnerability.
I don't care how long it takes me but I am going to be somewhere beautiful.
... at the other end which overlooks the city. All the grounds surrounding the palace are protected by the queen including the park and royal swans. We enjoyed driving through the shopping areas of the Royal Mile, Princes Street and George Street. Merry and I toured the castle which was spectacular and still houses the governor. We finally met up with the boys at a local pub. Kevin was hilarious and fun to listen to - "When the sun comes out you can smell BBQ and burning flesh"; ...
pizza’s and taste testing both bottles we decided that expensive wine is wasted on all three of us as the cheaper bottle got the vote.
Edinburgh was fantastic and Cameron’s flat an ideal base to explore from. Good directions from our host saw us setting out on foot and enjoying a walk through the park to the old
town. We had a lovely visit to Grayfriars Church where Richard started ...
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