SACO Glasgow - Cochrane Street
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... is a statue of Bobby with a very shiny nose where thousands of visitors pay their respects by rubbing the nose of the statue. Greg shared his story of Bobby with us all before we retired to Greyfriar's Pub for a pint before dinner on the Royal Mile. On our way out of town we stopped for a photo at Murrayfield - the home of Rugby in Scotland. We returned to Glasgow for a good night's sleep before our trip to Inverness on Wednesday.
Inverness is one ...
... re badass like that. Preschools were just getting out for the day, so we got to listen to tiny little Scottish accents wherever we walked.
Next stop was the hotel to rest a little before dinner. Let me tell you about this hotel room. Mom booked a "family" room so that I'd have a bed to sleep in (I love my mommy), so we figured we'd have a couple of beds in a standard hotel room. NOT SO. When we opened our door I started laughing. This is ...
... bed. Nanny and Grandy's bed is so high Nanny has to almost jump up to get into it. I have my own bathroom and the shower is as big as my bathroom at home. Nanny and Grandy's bathroom is huge with a fabulous big bath in the middle. The whole apartment is white whith super high ceilings and windows. The floors are wooden and really shiny. In the lounge area there is a wall of smokey mirrows and the couches are orange. Sounds pretty strange but it looks amazing. I am really ...
... on a second summit, that sits higher than the clouds, adds to the effect. It's chilly and very windy, but we've come well prepared with lots of layers. Unlike many tourists up here in hot pants and flip flops!! I've been bitten by mosquitoes around my ankles at the Wainapanapa caves, and the ankle boots I'm wearing rub them and make them itch. Which will cause probs later. For now I put up with it. We take the car back down from the summit a short distance to ...
... season after 2 weeks in Portugal. It was a relief to have finally made a decision & we celebrated it & Dani’s birthday with more beers, then pizza & wine in the hotel room. It wasn’t at all a classy birthday celebration but it was productive.
Friday and the only plan is to meet with Steven when he finishes work, so we cross the river yet again to walk the streets of the city & to book a hire car for a trip into the north for the weekend. Again ...