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We got lucky with our accommodation at Glasgow. Lucy had met a Scottish girl in Italy who said we could stay in her apartment as she was still in Italy. It was a student share flat but everyone was half moved out for the summer so we had the place to ourselves and there was still furniture and most stuff in there. There were definitely some interesting characters in the neighbourhood.. But was ...
... and the author makes an impassioned speech about the need for everyone to come together tomorrow to work for the future no matter which way the vote goes.
On the way to the station a party is going on in Merchant City, but back in Helensburgh they have already rolled up the pavements. At the Victoria Halls the ballot boxes have been seen off to the count, and the last couple of cars are pulling out of the car park. I wonder what we will all wake up to tomorrow.
... teenager in the smallest green speedo I have ever seen) and another very drunk teen being hauled away by the cops. We had a snack at a local cafe and Mark took pity on how out of shape I was by letting us take a bus back to the start of the lake. That brought another adventure in the form of a blown out tire (sounded like a gun shot), but we slowly made it back to our starting point with no real delays.
Between Ross' "retired" work as ...
... a huge retail area, massive water features and a maze of lifts and escalators.
But I have another tale to tell, my poor husband spent 6 of the 7 hours on the latter flight in severe pain from bladder fluid retention.
By the time we landed in Glasgow it was clear that we would not have the Glasgow experience to our great adventure that we had planned.
The Emerites flight ...
... museum we spotted a parking warden and Geoff suddenly remembered that the time would have run out on the car so he and Liam sprinted to the car, thankfully the parking warden headed in the opposite direction. That is so not a souvenir we would have wanted, a parking ticket.
We headed off to find the suburb/village Portobello, its on the seaside of Edinburgh and in our driving we had passed it yesterday and were keen to go back. We ...