Gleddoch House Hotel & Golf Club
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Flew through Newark and then to Glasgow. Flight delayed for about 4 hours. Took a shower at United lounge. The flight was very bumpy, but think I slept about 3 hours. Took taxi with couple from Los Altos to Gleddoch House Hotel. The estate was once the home of shipping baron Sir James Lithgow. The dining room offers stunning views of the Clyde Estuary and the Kilpatrick Hills.
... We were glad to have stayed near Edinburgh and not Glasgow, although I'm sure it's a great city with lots to offer.
Our flight from Glasgow to Reykjavik was set to leave around 1:55pm, which meant we had a bit of time to kill at the airport but having a quick lunch, getting checked-in, through security and all ...
... fourth time but, just before the drop down to Balmaha, we were greeted with the most glorious view of Loch Lomond with the mountains of the Highlands stretching out in front of us to the North. Wow! Aching legs (why do downhills hurt so much more than ups?) prompted a Lucuzade and foot assessment stop at the shop next to The Oak Tree. Mirandy piped up that if we had been on a 5 day strategy we'd be stopping there. Thanks Darling... We had a quick chat with Jim ...
... able to use the other features of the iPhone. I wasn't up for hanging around on the steps of the Apple Store any longer, sink figured the next day I'd track down some wifi to finish the process. Spent he rest of Monday in a bar called Del's, which was rather dead, watching some Olympic coverage on my own. Back at the hostel I chat with a few of my dormmates, a fellow Canadian and a father and son from Georgia who had recently hiked Hadrian's Wall. Yesterday morning, ...
... in the middle of a journey and then hop back on another train going in the same direction.
When we arrived to Edinburgh, we tried to find a Tourist Information office for directions to our hotel, but it was already closed. So we had to ride a taxi, but it wasn't too expensive. We had a dinner in a nice local pub with lively Scottish music, played by 4 violins, 2 guitars and some sort of a ...
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Mah diciamo che è in culo ai lupi e con il pullman non ci si riesce quasi ad arrivare.
La cena è stata buona, o mangiato pesce, la colazione invece te la preparavano sul momento e non mi sono fidato, ma domani se tutto va bene provo il porridge.
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