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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... litre. I won't ***** at home anymore. Once we checked into the hotel Tina and I went to do the laundry and Tina suggest that I wait I in the betting shop across the road. Winner winner chicken dinner £30 up. We had dinner at the Red Bull and back to the hotel to try to keep warm. We are off to Inverness tomorrow for a couple of days . A day with no driving will be ...
... food, dress, and a way of life that is its own, it is not England. ~ To sum it up, a yes vote is "a vote for a government in Scotland that the people of Scotland choose, pursuing policies that the people of Scotland support". We spent quite a bit of time with a friend who is voting no. He voices concerns about there being too much uncertainty and too many unanswered questions about what will happen next in an independent Scotland. The "No Camp" voices these, among other, concerns ...
... We went home, got ourselves ready with multiple layers of wet weather gear and headed back to the scotch whiskey experience to have dinner as part of our package. We shared our table with two older couples, one from America and one from Germany and a lovely old lady from Australia who reminded me of Nana Dot :p we had some yummy food, more whiskey :/ and some wine and miraculously the horrible weather took a break and cleared up! We watched the whole show with only a few ...
... It was a very busy day with 5 cruise ships in as well as the normal tourists for the festival making street movement congested. Looked like rain with Kelly and Fay bunkering down in our hotel for a much welcome afternoon nap. We dressed warmly and with our wet weather gear started the march up the golden mile for Fay's lifetime dream to go to the Edinburgh Tattoo. As always there was a long queue so we took refuge in a little inn for a wee dram and ...
... are full of flavours (slightly on the salty side for some) but leave me full and satisfied. Service is attentive however we get the impression they are trying to get us to hurry as they are constantly asking if we are finished eating when we are clearly still shoving food down our throat. The damage to my wallet is £100. Karen and I end the night early as I had to transfer some of my things to a smaller luggage for tomorrow's tour. We arrange to meet next week when the ...