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... Scotland - Belgium game (Scotland lost 2-0) There were kilts galore and on the night the smell of wet wool was all around. The trains were delayed by the wet weather (or the same issue that had held us up earlier in the day). Then we walked back to Ian's in the heavy rain trying to remember what the streets looked like in the day time as in the rain and the dark everything looked very different - we went in a few circles but got there in the end!!
... great time and it was quite the adventure. We made our mile walk back, drying off some along the way. We had a chance to change into dry clothes and warm up with hot chocolate. We then hopped on the bus again for our two and a half hour drive to our next hotel. We had a late dinner of past and we'll be leaving early to finish our drive to the ferry dock making our way to the Emerald ...
... Manchester and Birmingham. Anyway it took us about 8 hours to drive to London. It was only later when I wondered what I was thinking when I planned that part of the journey. It would have been so much easier and probably cheaper to have either left the car at Glasgow airport and flown to London, or have flown directly to Paris from Glasgow! Never mind, it's something we have learned and and I will do better next time. Next time, now there's a ...
... labelled Paninis, which despite its name, was thoroughly Scots. It didn't seem to matter what was ordered as potato crisps were served alongside salad which accompanied a toasted sandwich for Marion or David’s chilli con carne and actually tasted really good.
After lunch we set off to try and find a laundromat: the map was more or less correct, but it took rather longer to get there than we had anticipated. When we ...
... couldnt find it. We went down to the office at the gate and she printed out the plot details along with the 6 others in the lair. We showed it to the groundsmen who were helping us but no luck, there was no such number. The office tried another search , nothing till I remembered the lair owner was George McGinigle.........bingo !! It was funny to see my flowers ...
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