- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... But others say it would require unanimous approval of other member states, a process that could take up to 5 years and is not guaranteed. ~ There are fears that a tiny, independent Scotland would struggle in a global economy dominated by bigger powers. I guess it's fair to say that I see change, in general, as a positive. In my experience, it is a chance to move forward, grow, explore new ideas, open new opportunities, expand knowledge, & create new realities. Going back ...
... a lot else) and had an attempt at the museum of modern art, but found it far too weird so promptly left (glad it was free!). We found a lovely Italian restaurant for dinner so treated ourselves to a fancier dinner than we were used to, Hayden's spaghetti bolognese was the best he'd ever had, and my crab ravioli was amazing! It was a nice way to end our time in Scotland :) On the plane to London now for three days with Andrina before we abandon our warm clothes and head to the warmer climate of ...
... Scots and English struggled for control of the castle during the Wars of Independence. In 1314 it was recaptured from the English in a daring night raid led by Thomas Randolph, nephew of King Robert the Bruce" ("Edinburgh Castle").
It was a very large castle, so it took a while to get through all of it completely. Overall, the view was what I loved the most. One could see the entire city from up there. Another highlight of ...
Today was a beautiful day and always will be, it'll be Rob and Sarah's anniversary.
They had a magical wedding ceremony at Saint Peter and Saint Paul Parish of Oxton. We travelled by Rolls Royce to the Church and I was very proud to follow Sarah down the aisle.
We celebrated that afternoon and evening at Norwood Park, Southwell which was absolutely brilliant. We had a wonderful day and evening, congratultations and thank you Rob and ...
... head around Edinburgh and go home via the by-pass I decided to go through town and take the usual way I take from work.
Finally back home and my bike can at long last rest. Once again this little Honda Transalp has taken me on another great adventure without a single bit of trouble. Looking at the tyres they are a bit squared off from all the motorway riding but still suitable for a few more thousand miles.
This trip to the Alps was quite an easy trip compared to ...