Rose and Crown
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... from the central line at Liverpool Station to the metropolitan line, and then one stop on, so off we head. We are quite close to an underground station, but there are no elevators or escalators down so we lug about 40kg of luggage each down a couple of flights of stairs (I'm regretting my precision packing at this point!). A lovely Asian lady offered to help me, but she looked to be about 60, so I politely ...
... Andy the rare luxury of time for follow up consultations. Since in Singapore, the only option is really to go private, tests and results happen quickly. An MRI scan showed an acoustic neuroma with a few aggravating complications. In layman terms it is a benign tumour that will either need management or treatment. Many of the options have unpleasant side effects. We are talking neurosurgery here and a very specialised field of medicine.
... told us all about the history behind the film and now I really want to see the movie. Our final stop of the tour was a little rest stop which had some wild deer that have got really used to having people around so they are really friendly. Joe gave us some bread to feed them and they came right up to us and ate out of our hands. Was pretty cool! From there we drove back into Edinburgh and said good bye to Allan and Joe. ...
... came flooding back. After dinner we went to the Wicked stage show and really enjoyed it ( Emma did fall asleep though!.) On the way to the show in the taxi the driver showed me a sign that it had been made in Coventry. The taxi was a couple of years old and he said the taxis are all now made in China and are rubbish.We had had an enjoyable relaxing day and I had been reminded how much I love love the Gloucester Road area of ...
... it is more of a competition to show who is better.
The chapter about pub etiquette was especially intriguing because the concept of pub culture was pretty new to me when I arrived. A lot of the rules mentioned in the book, like the invisible queue at the bar counter, were pretty apparent as soon as I placed myself in the situation. I would have caught onto the queue rule and many others even without reading ...