The Spires Serviced Apartments Aberdeen
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... sleepover at an airport hotel. Cost = £100
I'll let you know which I choose once I've made up my mind.
... bar ordering another gin and tonic when someone asks for two champagnes. At first he is told they will be chargeable but he queries this and says because he is flying with Qatar they should be complimentary. The girl behind the bar confirms this is the case. I hadn't seen anything from Qatar advising of this. By now it is getting quite near our flight time. However we manage to down the gins and tonic quickly so that we have time to ...
... tour through Spain and Portugal with my parents we all left a few days early to get on a plane and head to Edinburgh, Scotland. We mentioned in another blog that we ordered David's ring from a small family jeweler in Edinburgh, so we had to get to the shop in time to pick up the ring before heading to Aberdeen. Once we flew in and grabbed our minivan we hit the road to re-find the jeweler! We didn't really know what was going to be in the box when we picked up his ring. I mean, yes ...
... Well we never did get that free magnum of champagne but that's ok. We can always keep that open as a challenge for our next trip.
What am I going to do now? Well, first thing is a crash diet to lose the ten pounds I have put on, mostly on the cruise.
Also I will be busy with a new business venture. I've set myself up as a show business agent modelling myself on Simon Cowell. I've already signed up Diego the ...
... back inside the ruined pub and helping others get out or keeping them calm. The human spirit I have seen on TV is only one that I would have hoped to be part of in the same situation. It was inspirational.
The other thing...
Sometimes there is no 'last goodbye'.
I cannot begin to imagine the feeling of dread and sadness in the minds of those people, especially in the helicopter. They knew they were going to die, and not only could they do nothing ...