Macdonald Houstoun House
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Room service
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... so I had to re-order. Eventually my meal came out and I asked whether I get some free onion rings or something, so she asked her manager and then gave me a full refund! So all's well that ends well I guess!
The next morning we headed down to the West end of Glasgow, where there is a nice park and a shopping area. We met up with Caitlin and Gabi again and walked around the beautiful green park. There was a group of drummers and a group of bagpipers practicing, so ...
... t try the cream but the 10 year was very smooth and exquiste and the 8 yr not quite as smooth. We had a tour through the distillery and of course ended up in the shop. We bought a bottle of Caledonian 12 yr single malt. Aunty Betty, yes both M and I had a wee dram for you .... Unfortunately Don And Sally you will have to wait until January / February to try it as we have already bought our duty free in Auckland before we left so Jim ...
Today is our last official camper van day - we travelled from Stirling to Kinross - a town not many miles away - we didn't even get lost which was amazing. The town didn't have a coffee shop, in fact it didn't have much at all, so we travelled onto the next wee village and found a great coffee shop which was part of a woollen mill shop - after more shopping we left and ...
... lived in by the Duke and his family. There is 100acres inside the high wall and about 500 acres surrounding it. It has hosted visits by many visiting royalties from around the world over the years.
We had a two night stay in Edinburgh so that was a change from the morning routine of packing our cases an hour prior to departure, (usually 6.45)
The next morning was spent with a quick tour of ...
... to the show was on anything but the show. I explained that they needed to focus on the show and not just go on autopilot. They need to listen to each other onstage and not expect audience reactions but to keep things fresh. It is difficult when you do a show as many times as they have not to fall into a rut or to place expectations on an audience. I believe it is rubbish to get "mad" at an audience because they do not react as you expect them. The blame ...