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... small tourist gift shops and delicious ice cream stores advertising their wares on bright painted signs. Cumbrae looked very quiet and we quickly realised that the main attraction in this small island was the brownish coloured seaside, and the 2 hour long bike ride you can take around the perimeter. We opted for a bike ride and set off. The beaches on the far side of the island were bright an beautiful and even though my rented bike has ...
I have been planning for this day for weeks and it is finally here! After all the travel logistics, endless circular debates about raincoats and boots, and trying to fit in sufficient training walks it finally starts! Yay!
I was really lucky to have a perfect 13 degree sunny day as my first day - there is rain etc predicted on other days - but today was a gift. Breakfast was included in the hotel tariff and although ...
We spent the day in Glasgow and took the kids to the Glasgow Science Center for lots of hands on fun. Later we walked into the downtown area and took Katie shopping. She chose H&M and started picking out shirts, skirts, and trousers. Lots of ...
... contains the original furnishings but has nonetheless been decked out according to the period.
We headed home and ended up way off track on the outskirts of Glasgow - I was driving and Craig said I was lost but I maintain that I knew where I was but it wasn't where I was meant to be!!
We were invited in to George and Lorna's for tea so we arrived back at Mum's just in time to turn around again and head back to their place. We had a delicious ...
... suburbs of Melbourne. But the icing on the cake was arriving by train into Edinburgh yesterday to a city sprinkled with the fairy dust of winter snow. It was breathtaking (or maybe that was the zero degrees on the thermometer?) Europeans do a Christmas Market so well. I am assured the original and the best are in German towns such as Cologne or Nuremberg, but Belfast offered up a ripper, and Edinburgh....well it quite simply rocked. ...