Dakota Hotel Glasgow
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Took Adam to see the European championships and had a great time. There are some great fighters. Adam bought a note book & pen & we thought it would be a good idea to get the Scotland squads autographs so by the end of the day he had quite a few. We we're sitting next to some of the team and I asked if they would give an autograph so he passed it round his ...
... and I downloaded my book! Finally after a couple of hours, I told the boys we really needed to leave because I was seriously chilled to the bone! We were going to look for a cab, but the map said 45 minutes walk, so we started walking. After a bit, we saw no cabs, but did see a cafe where we could go to the bathroom and get hot chocolate! So we did that, then kept walking home. I'm starting to learn my way around! While we were on this ...
... husband of Julie Teague, so I was immediately comfortable with him. And Jill greeted us both with such an open smile and warm hug that I fell in love with her as well. After giving her hugs for David Lyman, Bruce Stephenson, Steve Harris and myself, I felt like I had known her forever. It was such fun to catch up, and to see her face light up at the mention of so many dear friends - Candy, Marilyn, Liz, ...
... comes from. And after walking around for a bit we get to the Adam Smith theatre and yes of course they're making publicity for his upcoming tour! How could they not, right? After a coffee break in Kircaldy we drive more up North again and decide to stop in a little town called Crail. The Fife area promotes "The Coastal Paths" for walks between several towns. We decide to follow such a path between Crail and Anstruther. Distance: 4 miles. ...
... ancestral home of the Duke of Atholl. We stopped briefly at a small stream as our tour guide was keen to give us a small taste of Scottish nature, a very tranquil area of bush with a tiny waterfall/rapid! Our next stop was the Highland resort town of Pitlochry, built on Victorian tourism and nestled amongst the mountains of Highland Perthshire. After Pitlochry, we continued south through the forests of Perthshire, famous as Macbeth country, and past Perth itself. Perth was ...