Dakota Hotel Glasgow
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... into town to find a meal, we'll the place is quite busy with the Edinburgh tattoo on and the fringe festival. The later part of the day was quite wet and it was also cool - welcome to Scotland. Tomorrow Nick and Duncan leave for Amsterdam and Germany while Paul, Matt and Andy are starting in Edinburgh for the day then up to ...
Yet another great family day. Spent some time this morning washing clothes, re packing suitcases so things we need for the next few days are all in one bag. We then went to South Queensferry with Ross, Pam, and Laura, where we met my cousin Joan and her son Ross. She is very nice, but quite reserved, somewhat difficult to have a conversation with. We had a very nice lunch at Oroca Pier, we can highly recommend this if you're in the ...
... or possibly never) once is enough it's horrible don't need to do it again. So for Henry the struggle was a must for our trip, 'Has to be done' he said. For you maybe pal, but only 3 weeks ago I was in the Lake District on another kayaking/cycling challenge with all my Woodbyne pals which included cycling up Kirkstone Pass. (Hello you lot- hope circuits was typically horrible last night and that the Gym Master was not as kind to you as I am!! - ...
Started the morning with a walking tour of the original old town in York which basically focused on the Cathedral and the parts within the old Roman walls. The walls dated from around 300 AD and are still in very good condition. York was originally founded as a Roman garrison. The old cobbled lanes and shops date from around 1200 AD and in one little section called The Shambles the first and second levels of the shops and ...
... were soon heading towards West Linton, our stop for the day. We decided to stop 1.5 miles early and add them on to tomorrow by starting earlier in the day to avoid the heat of the afternoon sun. It meant that we would be walking about 8 miles today as we had already saved 1.5 miles by using the alternate route. It was hot after lunch with little shade as we walked north east with the Moorfoot Hills to our right, that we had walked through this morning and ...