Dakota Hotel Glasgow
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... to show her some of the pics I took on my iPad. This has been a great resource, however an extra weight I am carrying each day We saw Mary Queen of Scots home in Jedborough, but I was on the wrong side of the bus and it didn't stop for pics which was disappointing. Also we saw the 1200 yr old tree where the Jedborough justice was carried out in hanging. The people who ...
... but would have been won on penalty. The next job on the agenda is to get up to Scotland. Andy drove the first leg and Matt plucked up the courage to have a go. The odrive up was pretty uneventful. We took the A1 on the way up which was more coastal and scenic but it was a bit foggy. Rolled into Edinburgh about 5 pm. ...
... where we headed to the centre of the town. Driving here was quite an experience, the roads in the Old Town twist and turn, I never really knew where we were, and I don't know if the satnav knew either! We arrived at the Edinburgh Donaldsons to a warm welcome and a cup of tea. It was time to say farewell to our little Mercedes A200. This has been a great little car, good to drive once I worked out the controls! It's only problem was ...
... 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!! - ...
... Durham seemed to be more crowded than we would have expected but it was a nice atmosphere as the crowds seemed to be mainly locals enjoying the holiday sunshine. Heading northwards we briefly diverted to inspect a small section of Hadrian's Wall which had the appearance of a small pile of rocks that you might find in a garden centre but we believe there are some sections a bit further away worth visiting. The original ...