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... evening on our second day. It was wonderful to see the same vistas under different weather conditions and appreciate the slight change to the leaves, the changing sun patterns on the fells, and the plethora of stone walls encircling sheep. We did meet some wayward stragglers on the road and Terry amused himself “baa…ing” at them. Surprisingly they didn’t have an English accent. Up by Keswick we visited an ancient ...
... via a tablet that is sitting on the night stand (TV, Lights, Window Coverings...everything) and the room cannot be bigger than 200 sq ft including the bathroom. It really is perfect for what we need, nothing to spare and it kind of forces us to get out and about to explore the city.
After the country-side and relative isolation of Iceland it was quite a change to be in the downtown area of the largest city ...
... and platforms covered in snow, later the sun came out showing off Scotland's beauty! We pulled into Glasgow around 3:30 and walked about 3km to our accommodation, Smiths Hotel. After sorting ourselves out, hot showers and rested we walked down to the pub for dinner. It was buy one main and get the other for £1, bargain! We both had fish and chips with mushy peas, our first experience of mushy peas! Yuck. Friday (24th) we are lucky enough to have breakfast ...
... Ally's lamb medallions were enormous! The veggie meal was also tasty. Cat's inexperience on a plane is showing through at every opportunity; accidentally calling a steward (who thankfully(?) never came!), couldn't order drinks, couldn't open the toilet door or work the controller phone thing... Ally has said it's like that film Pretty Woman so it has been agreed that if it's like Pretty Woman then it must ...
... forts, quickly making their way north. Then they started getting into fights with these crazy blue faced men, said the equivalent of "Heck no, I'm not paid enough for this malarkey" (pg rating remember), and then promptly built a couple of walls to keep the crazy blue faced people out. That's Scotland. Since then, the area has become a part of Great Britain, but it's not like England. You know, for the little reasons like bagpipes, kilts, and haggis (you can buy haggis ...