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…apparently I should have.
Tony, myself and the kids woke up to ANOTHER glorious Scottish day. Blue skies dotted with white puffy clouds, birds whistling a merry tune ...
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Unbeknown to us, the air traffic controllers were on strike
in France but the Robinsons were lucky with both Jamie and us getting out Ok that day, albeit after sitting in a full plane for one and half hours waiting for a “window” when we could fly
out. Cameron met us at the airport so we were travelling in style.
We had spent our last euros on two bottles of red wine, one cheap and ...
... our time in the UK is quickly drawing to a close. We fly back to London, and then hop a train to Southampton where we’ll board the Celebrity Constellation for our return cruise. Needless to say, we’re looking forward to being pampered for 2 weeks after this eventful, but exhausting, trip.
Our next blog entry will either come from the ship or from sunny (hopefully) Miami. As always, thanks for reading our blog, and for joining us on this trip. ...