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- Continental Breakfast
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Last night we were chatting and thought that we really should try and take in at least one event of the Commonwealth Games. We tried the online booking system but ran into problems with a password it wanted for my credit card which I couldn't remember and the only way to fix was to ring a 1300 number in Australia. Then Grant tried on our behalf but no use. Then it appeared that there were no consecutive seats left at the Athletics session which we wanted to go ...
Today I felt exhausted. A long day yesterday had been followed by a long night crying. I dragged myself up at about 11 and put on some sunscreen before heading out towards the paddle boat. We bought tickets to the Great Cumbrae Island. Before we got there, we steamed along the Clyde and stopped to drop off people in Rothesay and Largs. The small towns looked similar in a way, big stone churches and small town streets identified each ...
... fun stuff of an airport the time went by really quickly. The flight was packed but thankfully no one took the third seat in our aisle meaning I got to look out the window without trying to look past some one. I really enjoy seeing the world from above.
It was a smooth flight and we landed in Reykjavik right on schedule.
... something that I would come back to see again, but it's very famous and I do so enjoy a good brag about the things I've seen.
The Dutch and Impressionist exhibits had one Rembrandt, two Van Goghs, a Monet, Pissaro, Cezanne, Picasso, Renoir, and 2 Matisse. Further on they had massive paintings of the Highlands and little exhibits of armor and weapons Wallace and Bruce would have worn Robert Burns and Mary Queen of Scots. I had been trying to explain the monarchy of Queen ...
... and COLD. We were very impressed with stunning Glasgow but also frozen. We got off at the Riverside Museum - a really fantastic modern transport museum with the collection of trains, cars, trams, buses, caravans, motorbikes, bikes organised in an attractive way. Luckily it also had a cafe for a hot drink to defrost us. Our bus tour ended in St George's Square, where we sat for a couple of hours watching and listening to Pipe Bands. There is a Pipe Band festival going on all ...