Murrayfield Hotel And House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... my Mother. She used to love watching it on TV and listening to the pipe band music, so I grew up with this and had often said if I got the chance I would go. At long last I get to tick this one off my bucket list. And it was as good as I had hoped it would be. The organisation was great, the bands and entertainers lively and colourful, and the setting in the grounds of Edinburgh Castle breathtaking. We thoroughly enjoyed every moment and it will be a memory that ...
Thursday... We arrived in Bonnie Scotland at 3:30pm and was greeted by dear Skirsty (Scottish Kirsty). Kirsty and Craig have kindly put us up for the duration of our stay. We could not be more grateful of their hospitality. We even made a new best friend in Murphy their gorgeous border collie. Of course once we got settled into our room we headed straight for the pub... Not a shortage of them here... For a drink and some dinner to catch up on all the news since ...
Today was one of those days where all you want to do is stay inside all rugged up in your pjs where it is warm and dry. We have snow, wind and rain so the morning was spent in my pjs before venturing out later in the day. The morning started off a little earlier than normal (8:30am but I am on holidays so that's ok) because I wanted to Skype the family before bedtime so a great chat to the family left ...
... friendly, two Swiss girls, the two from Norway and Nic and I. We even got a good sleep! Tomorrow we are changing rooms and lugging our packs down the three sets of stairs again. Hostels are all packed in five or six story buildings, none of which have lifts and all of which have complex maze like hallways. Caroline advised us to check fire exits as soon as we got in and it's advice we have taken on board, as they are often hard to work out, even without smoke panic and ...