Duck Bay Hotel & Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... colored waterproofs. I’ve never owned waterproofs before. In Colorado it rains infrequently enough that you just postpone outdoor activities to a later date if the rare rainy one hits. I chose the brightest glow-in-the-dark color I could find so I’d be easy to spot if I get lost on a moor or stranded on a Munroe and need to be rescued. Or maybe I’ll just be mistaken for an escaped prisoner. Do prison inmates in Britain where orange jump ...
... mountains streaked with patches of snow. An aqueduct in the valley below. Mountains totally white with snow and draped in cloud. It is breathtakingly beautiful and we are lost for words - we just smile and absorb it all. 'Wherever I wander, wherever I rove, The hills of the Highlands for ever I love' - Robert Burns The lowering grey skies bring rain and it is dark as we drive into Fort ...
We arrive late afternoon in Glasgow, quickly freshen up and head out to The Arlington to meet up with Duncan and start the first of many drinks for Aimee's birthday. Duncan introduces us to the Glaswegian home shot the 'Buckybomb' which is similar to Jaegermeister but nicer. A couple drinks later we move on to one of the many beer gardens in Ashton Lane to follow the sun which has been rare since arriving in the UK, again moving elsewhere sun seeking later ...
... Glasgow, the "Palace" now houses a museum on the history of Glasgow and a giant greenhouse. While the museum itself was nothing impressive, the building was beautiful and the gardens quite refreshing. There is nothing like having a cup of tea in a tropical garden on a cold and cloudy day.
In the evening I met up with mom and Claudia for dinner. We ended up going to Sapporo Teppanyaki - an amazing Japanese restaurant right near our apartment. Apart from serving the best ...
After reaching Glasgow and checking in to our hotel for the night, we realised that we were both pretty tired, didn't feel like walking, but also didn't feel like driving. So Paul finally caved in to Ashes constant nagging to go on a Hop On/ Hop Off bus. For the entire trip Ashe has just 'wanted to do one' for the sake of doing one, and Paul has always protested and would rather do it by foot. So finally, right at the end of our travels, Ashe got her way ...