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... Gleneagles 2014. Europe were immense, investment in the cause
oozing from every pore, willingness to lay down in from of the train, imbued
with a belief that when miraculous was needed miraculous would appear. As darkness
descended and Old Sam Ryder’s cup was passed back to Captain McGinley by “old
pie face” Salmond himself, the post mortems and recriminations fought as
spawning salmon to fill the media’s microphones. Was ...
... Charlie tasted another half a dozen whiskies and bought a bottle of Benromach single malt. After the shows we found a great Thai and Indian restaurant and had one of the best curry meals we can remember. The place was full of Indians,which we took to be a good sign!
We met up with the Kidds again waiting for the bus back over the bridge, and finally got back to the motorhomes around 11pm. What a great ...
... set out on about 80 acres is somewhat hilly terrain, providing marvellous views of Edinburgh. It is also heavily involved in animal conservation and undertakes extensive breeding of some endangered species.
After a 2.5 hour tour of the Zoo, we're were knackered, having walked probably 12 kilometres throughout the day. We catch a cab and head back to our apartment.
We now have to prepare ourselves to move on tomorrow to Glasgow, our last day in ...
... only us Scots could ******** our way into such a lucrative tourist attraction!' Speaking of Alister, my final day in Scotland was spent in his home town, St Andrews, with him as a personal guide. It says much of his character that our first stop was a pub, though somewhat disappointingly he only had a pint of water! Besides that, the main attraction was a walk across the Swilcan Burn Bridge, and down the fairways of the old course! Well known British golfer (not to ...
... including animals - even mice by the sappers underground apparently!
Having exited via the obligatory gift shop, we travelled by bus to nearby Leith and after entering via a huge shopping mall cunningly placed, we boarded the Royal Yacht Britannia which was very interesting! Audio guides are included and it is very well done. We had hot choc. and carrot cake on board in the tea room. They provide ...
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