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... headed into downtown Edinburgh - walked around the castle and Royal Mile, saw some Monets and Van Goghs at the Art Gallery, had lunch at a vegetarian cafe and strolled around the Botanic Gardens before heading on the short drive to Glasgow.
That is where the fun began in finding our hotel - we usually follow the precise directions from the hotel website but this time all that ...
... actors because it is so hot in the auditorium that the staff are handing out bottles of chilled water at the door. The theatre foyer features seventeen specially commissioned poems about the various Games events: I study the one by Samuel Tongue about the Rugby Sevens with some concentration because I have been invited to attend this by my current house guests and don't want to show up my ignorance.
The Rugby Sevens is taking place at Ibrox Stadium, so ...
... Australian bar???
I had never been to a Walkbout bar before so I felt the need to tick it of my list. A few games of pool & shots later (by which us girls won both games!!) it was time to step it up a notch and see what Glasgow has to offer when the sun goes down. Our friends stayed with us for a while until their accents got worse the more we drank….time to move on ;)
We ended up staying between 2 clubs….Bamboo & ...
We leave behind a beautiful but wet Lakes District and hit Glasgow. Typical old city with new modern structures and again some down and out areas. We arrive around 11.00 after spending a good 2 hours around the Stirling Castle and it's village and old cemetery. Took a guided tour, with very theatrical Scottish guide, great stories, beautiful restorations and excellent portray of ...
... MS and I was ushered into the bedroom and soon engaged in conversation with the two of them. The 99 year old was Bob’s aunt and usually lived in the old Erskinebank house but she was in a home at the moment. He had grown up at Pathhead, his grandfather having bought two orchards and a farm. It seemed that was when the occupiers changed from being tenants of the Hamilton family which owned the whole estate in the days of the Merrilees.
The Georges had ...