Dundee Carlton Hotel
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... is no Al Quaeda
connnection but rather the name comes from the soggy 70s when games were played
on plowed fields and copious amounts of sand were used to dry them up. United's
ground, Tannadice, was so sandy it resembled a desert, hence The Arabs. I guess
you had to be here. Being the recipient of the 2 degrees of separation in the
footy universe, gifted us the tickets for this game as a result of an
improbable meeting in far off ...
... were police waiting and I checked the map and I had gone the wrong way so I walked back down the street and turned left and then right and I was on bath street. Continued on for about 10-15 min before I had to take my bags off and have a breather. Then carried on for another 10 before coming to a church and I sat down there. I was wet hot and tired
And wasn't exactly sure where I was cause the guy said it would take 15min max. Then I carried on and then I could finally ...
... scenario made me realise
that guys do care just as much as girls, they just don't show it in the
same way. Anyway it was certainly very interesting and very strange to
After a beautiful tasting (even if I did wake up the
next morning with skin burned off the roof of my mouth due it) chicken
pizza I made it home to bed at 4am, happy to say that I had had a
amazing weekend home with all the people I ...
... and more especially the company.
The show was to die for. WOW....Cant remember the last time I went to a live show and enjoyed it so much. We all did, even Rob who wasn't even a twinkle when all this music was created .
The musos were first class and the entertainment outstanding. For the last half hour everyone in the audience was on their feet.
Declined the offer of a wee dram before bed and ...
After that we got overly excited about going to see the "lemon wedge" (or was it lemon slice? I cant remember) - a science museum thing that sounded oh so fun, but we got there and by some mad twist of fate it had closed early on the particular day we had arrived =( so no fun science exhibitions for us! But it took us walking through glasgow a bit more and onto the river with more lovely bridges (its kind of a UK theme this whole build ...