The Lodge at Carfraemill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... The pub is called Number One. There was a store called Bonnie Scotland which instantly reminded me that my grandmother was looking down on me and so happy that I am where I am today. (Mommy, I walked by Raggamuffin where you bought my scarf). The pub had just finished up a quiz night, and we took a seat in the back. Stephen, still on a mission to find out my favorite whiskey, ordered me a Balvine Caribbean Cast 14. The first sip went down really rough. The ...
... house just out of Elgin.
It's now Boxing Day, and after a very foggy and icy trip home late last night we unpacked and re-packed ready for our New Year holiday to Switzerland! We're just waiting at Cologne airport in Germany for our connection to Zurich, and I'm getting very excited about the forecast tomorrow predicting lots of snow! Perhaps less so about the NEGATIVE 13 degrees low on New Year's Eve in Geneva! ...
... kissed the bottom to show all the whiskey had been drunk - walked back and had coffee and John whiskey In the bar, we were all a buzz - great day - hard to beat! 8 August Friday Sunny in morning, send parcels off to children in New Zealand then went to the Royal Mile,place teeming with people and saw buskers, then onto Holoyrood Palace, first went through the Queen's Gallery and saw and heard by audio the exhibition on the various Poet Laureates over the years- who ...
... or "no". The yes campaign has even erected a series of billboards promising a great independent Scotland governed at home. Whether this remains realizable is up for debate.For my part, I think Scotland gets quite a bit from being part of the UK, and it would be a shame to see them break off. We quickly poked around the parliament but soon split off, as dad and I headed to climb Arthur's Seat. The sentinel of the city, Arthur's Seat is Edinburgh's mountain, and gives you a wonderful ...
First thing this morning we visited the Edinburgh Farmers' Markets on Castle Terrace, just under the Castle. It was only a small market, too busy, but quite expensive. We only bought some artisan bread and gorgeous strawberries, but we had plenty of free samples. I still think the markets at Manly in Brisbane are the best.
From there, we drove down to the Leith Docks, the Port of Edinburgh, where the Royal Yacht Britannia ...