The Elgin Hotel
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... of flat sands. Part of the beach is covered in Joppa rocks which are round gray rocks that look 'softer'. A little further on Gullane beach had lots of families enjoying the sunshine and there were even children paddling in the walled sea pool. North Berwick had to be visited to put us back in touch with home.
Dunfermline is an interesting town with a castle, abbey, gardens and the birthplace of Andrew Carnegie. The son of a weaver, the family migrated ...
... asked someone else in the family to get her one. Oh well, it will come, because she gets through it quickly, and the hospital doesn't provide it. She's able to take showers by herself, but she is supposed to have someone right there in case she falls.
I also bought some pink grapefruit to make sure I ate enough fruit in the upcoming days (I am rather fond of this fruit, next only to natural-ripened peaches and bing cherries).There really wasn't much else to ...
Yup! Yesterday was our last day of the five day tour in the highlands. I am saying yesterday, because we didn't have much time yesterday, going right to dinner after we got to this hotel at around 5:30, and coming up and going to bed. Anyway, on our tour, we drove a lot. Of course we did lots of stops along the way.... One of the stops we did today was at a whisky distillery. ...
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And I liked the look of this place, not only were the
reviews and price very good but it fitted in with the funky dynamic vibe that
seems to go hand in hand with the Harlem of today.
Speaking of the Harlem of today and its vibe, it would seem
that a lot of work has been done to portray the area a positive community where
art and good food are central. The ...
... The guy translating for him had another 12 of the scarves and the woman with them had another 8 to 10 of them in her hand. It was pretty funny. When they were done it was our turn at the counter and the clerk said that the asian tourists were always that way. They drop a lot of money, always ask for discounts, never want to pay the VAT and are generally a pain in the butt. When we left the store the same group was by the door looking as more cashmere stuff. ...