Duck Bay Hotel & Marina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I'm in Scotland! And the Glaswegian accent is impossible to understand. It's very entertaining though. I arrived late yesterday morning, got through customs easy peasy, and took a bus to the city centre. I then walked several blocks, trying (and failing) to not look too out of place. I checked in to my hostel, found my assigned bunk, and took a nap for about an hour. Thank goodness for naps! I then dragged myself out of bed and went exploring and searching for ...
... my luggage, Tour Director at desk at same time. So we got to say our goodbyes again. It's three o'clock in afternoon, so will finish cuppa and have a bit of a wander to get bearings and tomorrow give Hop Off Hop On Tour a go. It was zero this morning and then a lovely Autumn like day getting to about 16 or 17 degrees. Have been lucky with the weather except for Tattoo. London had a month's rainfall in last two ...
... sunny day and from the hill we had great views of Loch Lomond.
After leaving Killearn we headed for Edinburgh to pick Kara up from the airport and along the way stopped at the Falkirk wheel, an amazing engineering design to lift and rotate boats using the Archimedes principle for displacing water. Check out their website or some of the ...
There are no photos, there is nothing say, but we all safely negotiated our way around Glasgow! The best planning in the world didn't stop one of us ending up on the M74 and the others cycling past Celtic football ground about 20 mins before kick off, oh the joys ...the rest rest we will leave to your imagination. Then we found the Cycle path ...
... Scouts' hoof would be used for but she couldn't really argue. Whilst all this excitement was ensuing Julie, Mirandy and I retired to the bar. Martin arrived some 20 minutes later and for a short time we thought that five had become four. To have lost a colleague this early in the adventure would have been unfortunate so we were relieved to see Helen the Knife (must be a song in there somewhere) came up to the bar. The flight itself was uneventful. Mirandy made ...