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... spend 2 1/2 hours in a toy store? Easy when it is Hamleys. We got to play with a Booma, make balloons and do card tricks. The staff are paid to play. They have an online store if you want to check it out.
My niece put us in contact with her Aunt and Uncle in her fathers side. I am not sure we are really relatives at all but we do have a couple of great families in common. Harry and Olive were a delight. What a great way ...
... we checked in and had our bags placed in storage. After waiting for Butch and Linda to arrive at 9:15, we told them we were going out to explore the city and if Butch still wanted to visit Paisley from where our ancestor, Alexander Rowand immigrated, I would be back between 1:30 & 2:00. The city was abuzz as it is hosting the 20th Commonwealth Games. Signs are all over, and multiple venues were pointed out to us by our ...
... 8221;I love it, so I wouldn’t have it any other way”
Good on him, and if he ever comes to Australia, he will have one giant bleedin’ family here waiting for him.
Then we went for ice-cream, where Anne struck up a convo with the shop girl about making a new flavour of ice-cream and having shares in its sales. This lady astounds me!
But we both had a caramel with butterscotch and peanuts sundae looking thing that ...
... castles, but I was pleasantly surprise when I stepped off the bus into a metropolitan area.
That night after Matt picked me up from the bus station, we decided to eat some home-cooked pizza at his flat. He burned it badly, so we went to the chippy, instead! The chippy is a nickname for a chip shop, which is a nickname for "we'll fry anything". Since our home-cooked pizza was a little too-cooked, we decided to order the fried pizza. It was heavenly.
... and I enjoyed seeing the rooms looking so new and pristine. They were incredibly bright and colorful; very different from what we're accustomed to seeing in castles. Anna was of a different mind, and did not care for the restoration. Her unsolicited advice was to leave the castle as it was. I guess we were too late to get that little bit of advice to the Scottish Tourist Board.
We literally closed down the castle, ...