Murrayfield Hotel & Lodge
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We headed off to Glasgow to See Aunt Margaret before we headed off to Europe. We had some moring tea and then headed into Paisley funnily enough to shop.
Aunt Margaret pointed out Paisley Cathedral, a wonderful old church where Robert the Bruce King of Scots was married.
We went for lunch and had a nice meal chatting and listening …
... one horned Indian rhino, definitely looking like a George and Mabel, he kept trying to drown her, she kept blowing bubbles - think she was into oxygen deprived the amount of time she spent underwater, George was steaming when he got out of the water, think he was heating it up for Mabel.
Spent some time watching the love struck rhinos, then headed off and all that was out was the penguins, they were stood outside looking bored ...
Aaaach! Welcome to Scotland - my new paradise on earth. Imagine a country where the scenery is mind blowing, the people friendly as can be, where men in Highland gear play baggpipes on the street, chalked full of history and to add the icing on the cake - men can wear skirts. That my friends is Scotland, where I find myself today. More precisely we are in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, and by far one of the nicest cities I have been to on this trip.
... and Liam as all we had were thick cotton jumpers which are fine at home when it is not too wet, but no good here when it looks like rain for the next week. Liam was keen to try one of the sightseeing double decker buses so we purchased the 'royal package' which gave us access to the castle, Hollyrood palace and the royal yacht Britannia along with tour buses for 48 hours. After doing one of the tours we decided to do a second and jump off at the grassland stop and have lunch ...
... too much when outside their country, they sound far more intelligent on TV than they are in real life. The only exception to this generalization so far that I’ve found is my nephew Patrick’s girlfriend Tricia (glad to see the smart ones want to settle with us). Full day tomorrow & a planned trip to the post office to send off some more parcels home, so it’s off to bed for us, but not before one more look out the window at the ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking