Burnhouse Manor Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at the desk and caught up with a few co-workers. Shortly after, we began boarding and it seemed to go pretty quickly. The aircraft was a 757-200 which is pretty much a domestic aircraft but airlines have been using them lately on transatlantic routes as they can fly into smaller European cities that don't warrant a larger aircraft. The seating arrangement is 3-3. My friend let me take the window and she sat in the ...
Day minus 1. And so the waiting and the preparation is nearly over. The Magic Bus has been readied for the Scandinavian Odyssey, the wardrobe packed with clothes suitable for all possible weathers (and if 'spring' in Scotland this year is any guide we'll probably need them all), the larder stocked with the ingredients suitable for fine dining alfresco-style (tins of frankfurters, baked beans, spam, A&B Roll, and ...
... who is 4 going on 5, the same age as Audrey. Alma took a shine to Scott, and he to her, reminding him of Audrey in personality. She played us some banjo, and we explored her room and her marvellous book collection. Daria found an old photo of me at a going away party for her in Adelaide (circa 1993?). What a fresh faced, long haired, young thing I was way back then!
For our final night in Glasgow, the France family took us to a groovy downtown restaurant ...
... Mary Somerville my ggrandmother was their daughter. She emigrated to New Zealand in 1878 at the age of 18 with her parents, Agnes and William Somerville. The latter went to Mabel Bush in Southland and then to Livingstone in North Otago. Mary married Dan Fisher from the Springbank Hotel at East Taieri and they went to live at Mt Ross and later in Middlemarch where Dan ran a butcher shop. The Robbs and Somervilles came from the little Village of Forth, in central Scotland. ...
... town - back to the hotel. We rang the garage and finally the car was ready for pick up. Off Leon went again for his long walk. While I packed up as we wanted to leave straight away for Glasgow.
Came back with the car - said goodbye to Derek our host (he really wanted us to stay). We packed up and headed off. I drove from Redcar to Glasgow - just as we were leaving Leon went to roll the window down and OMG it didn't work. As ...