Murrayfield Hotel And House
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We headed off to Glasgow to See Aunt Margaret before we headed off to Europe. We had some morning 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 …
... down the street from our hotel and whilst it didn't look busy, all the staff at least looked Thai so we decided to give it a try. When we walked in, we were asked if we had a reservation. That took us aback, but we were told we could get a table if we were off there by 7.30pm. That suited us perfectly because our tour started across town at 8pm. The food was absolutely delicious - Maria had Thai red curry with chicken while David went for a spicier duck curry.
As we walked ...
... to Roseburn where one of our favorite bike paths crosses overhead. We didn't know until we got onto the trail, but it was the annual Water of Leith Duck Race- a fundraising event to support the WOL Conservation Trust! We got to see hundreds of yellow rubber duckies make their way from start to finish line, and hundreds of cheering kids along the way :) Always something exciting going on here! Our walk took us past the Water of Leith Visitor ...
... out again, I decided to do a load of washing in the laundry room of one of the neighbouring blocks.
At 7 o'clock, I headed for the bus-stop. As I did so, I noticed several large tour coaches leaving the University grounds - it turns out that many of the visiting performers for the Tattoo are also staying on the campus grounds! I hopped onto the next bus and headed into town.
Having missed my stop at the Royal Mile, I hopped off on the North Bridge and walked back ...
... 2014. It's such a lovely, large, enormous world and been a joy exploring only a tiny part of it. And especially meeting some more lovely friends whom I hope will remain so for a very, long time to come. You know who you are...
Most importantly, thank you to my wonderful (expanding...) family both in Aus and England (you also know who you are) and ever more on the top of my list - take care my baby boy.
PS: Still no ...