Number 10 Hotel
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- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... headed into downtown Edinburgh - walked around the castle and Royal Mile, saw some Monets and Van Goghs at the Art Gallery, had lunch at a vegetarian cafe and strolled around the Botanic Gardens before heading on the short drive to Glasgow.
That is where the fun began in finding our hotel - we usually follow the precise directions from the hotel website but this time all that ...
... next teams are streaming onto the pitch.
This sport pits teams of seven against one another, playing two halves of seven minutes each. The team in white scores a try just as we are sitting down and the stadium erupts with deafening cheers. It takes a while before I discover that they have been applauding England: a surge of affection overtakes me for the natives of my adopted city who are sturdily refusing to conform to media stereotype. The feeling ...
... the other folk on the bottom level of the bus. Tom and Oli went with Heather to the adventure park and did a bunch of flying fox work and then played about 6 world cups in the back yard. Davo and Heather cooked an amazing dinner on Saturday night and we watched a delayed telecast of the Ladies Wimbeldon Final.
Sunday was Tom's 9th birthday so after the opening of a healthy collection of presents, we hit the road down ...
... had gotten a hair cut since his passport photo (he still has his Afro in it). Then all that was left was a final baggage collection before heading down the corridor to the waiting parents and David too. They were (understandably) very excited to see us and there were hugs all round. The seven of us sat down for coffees in arrivals and all chatted a bit about our summers until we were too sleepy to carry on and we headed for the car parks. It was very odd for us to be going ...
... the only bit of snow we were to see in the UK, if only we could have stopped the van to throw some snow balls. We also got to stop and have a picture opportunity with a long haired Scottish cow. We also saw the spot where the latest James Bond movie was filmed which in fact was in a place called Sky Fall but the building used in the movie is located elsewhere. It's been a long day so it's time for bed and tomorrow we are off to ...