Number 10 Hotel
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So it's 1 hour until we board our flight outta here and so far all I've done is cry, say goodbye and buy a bottle of strawberry ribena to cheer me up .. Do any of you know how amazing it is? It still doesn't seem real yet, but hopefully it will when we check into our dorm and bagsy what bunk we want! It will be like Brownie camp all over again! Love yous always Lorraine ...
... and one of India's players cleared the ball out of the goals and up into the stands. I saw it flying through the crowd waiting for it to hit someone, and then it did..... ME! Luckily I had been standing up or it probably would've hit me square in the chest, but instead it hit me in the thigh. Considering I was in the back row a good 20 meters from where the ball was hit and it still had a fair amount of heat in it, I can't imagine how hard ...
... were. We
walked around for a bit before deciding it was necessary to buy a fruit
smoothy. No idea why.But we went we walking pas this guy (before the smoothie)
and he was giving away special beauty offers.I rarely listen to them, but this was actually pretty cool. It was a make-up, hair-style, fashion shoot with props and
... Chip', which was anything but commonplace. I tried hake fish for the first time, and we ordered a bottle of ridiculously expensive champagne to celebrate our first full day in the city together.
On another day, we visited the Glasgow Necropolis and I was spellbound. Massive and imposing tombs and gravestones sat atop the highest point of the city to give spectacular views of the river, Glasgow Cathedral and George Square. The tallest and most impressive grave was that of ...
... Bay Tree! After breakfast we caught the subway to the Transport Museum which we thoroughly enjoyed. Doug particularly liked seeing a Lagonda car and loved seeing the many ships and cars. There were whole walls of things like cars, motorbikes, trains, prams etc. The early subway was reconstructed in two places and there were huge locomotives on display. The whole Museum was excellent. Moored on the dock was a tall ship which we all clambered over. ...