Cathedral House Hotel
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... fish that never swam, There's the bell that never rang. The Tree That Never Grew The tree in the coat of arms is a now sturdy oak tree, but it started out as a branch of a hazel tree. The legend says that St Mungo was in charge of a holy fire in St Serf's Monastery and fell asleep. Some boys who were envious of his favoured position with St Serf put out the fire. But St Mungo broke off some frozen branches from a hazel tree and, by praying over them, ...
... in Kathmandu that I wouldn't need a jacket for heavy rain. I was cheering for New Zealand as were the row of rowdy Scots behind me. They were very friendly and told me they were becoming Aussies for the night as Scotland had bowed out early. They happily joined in the Aussie Aussie Aussie's later in the evening. After half time a few more of the Aussies started to flood in and as I watched this lady ascend the stairs towards me, I realised in "It's a Small World- Episode ...
... usually worth 300pound.
What was it going for to mark their birthday? 20!!!So I called Katie. If she was in then I would buy them now,
because they last for 6 months.So there you go, we have a professional photoshoot! Coming
soon!Terry and I went to see the bridge, which I must admit would
have looked a darn sight nicer if ...
... li>double-decker buses - firstly, they're as fun as they're made out to be. Secondly, they're expensive. About $4 CAD one-way. In fact, everything in Scotland was rather expensive. The price of clothes at TopShop, for example, was not adjusted. If it was $20 CAD, it was £20.
For some mysterious reason our Hotel thought breakfast out was the way to go and suggested the little cafe around the corner which we had already discovered. They don't open until 9 am which suits Wendy and Andy perfectly. After breakfast we again caught the cute little subway and headed into the city. We visited the Gallery of Modern Art which is very close to where we were meeting Christine and Ritchie. Lovely old building with some interesting ...