Burnhouse Manor Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Hey all! So, landed in Glasgow early this morning. Had a pretty decent trip, and I am definitely ready to get started.
I looked like a failed backpacker when I was trying to find my hotel - I had a large pack on my back, and one on my front. I felt like I should be holding up a sign explaining why they were ...
... the flight he reappeared with a sly packet of playing cards each, he really made our flight; he was fantastic. We watched many films and tried to get a wee nap in as well. By the end of the flight though we were both keen to get off, Ally in particular who was not feeling at all well. As we walked to immigration we saw our families on the screen showing arrivals and, although sad to be back, we were excited to see them. The lady at security was lovely and like everyone else, joked ...
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 ...
... it was pretty good. Sunday. We meet Aunty Ann Marie's husband Jack and have a quick chat with him. Off we go to the Science Centre holy moly what a place, we all love it so interactive and so much fun. We go into the planetarium and watch a Glasgow under the stars show, we enjoyed the whole day. Bus back and ready to go to Aunty Anne Marie's for dinner, Jack picks us up and we meet the last of Karlyn's cousins Ava. We had a great night, with ...
... met two of the four competitors earlier, one at Peigi’s wedding and the other was a cousin of Anna’s . I know we do have the games in Canada as well, but it was amazing to see right here in Scotland. Imagine the scene:, these big, burly men wearing blue short sleeved T-shirts, blue tartan kilts (forgive me I don’t know which clans the tartans were), knee high socks and big boots, flinging very heavy objects towards the crowds gathered to watch. The announcer ...