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 …
... not great when you have a suitcase), everywhere you go there are steps, it did get exhausting lol.
6. What has been the hardest thing?Leaving Heath and the kids, seeing Imogen's face crumple at the airport as I was leaving and hearing her cry. Missing their cuddles and kisses, saying goodbye each time I Skype them, knowing that they are so far away and still a bit of time till I have them all around me again. Seeing Jack when he had fallen and had a fat lip ...
... fair. My email is on about 20 different lists now, something along the lines of:
- Gospel Choir
- Music Society
- Chocolate Society
- Welsh Society
- Knitting Society
- Physics Society
- Astrobiology Society
- Gymnastics (I can't help myself, okay... they run a strength and flex session and I need to go and try it out!)
- Pole Fitness (not the performing, just the strength and fitness)
and, for some reason, the Equestrian ...
We attended the opening night of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo (http://www.edintattoo.co.uk/the-experi ence) on Thursday and it was an event to remember. They set up stadium seating for about 20,000 in the courtyard of the Edinburgh Castle and the show uses the Castle as a magnificent backdrop for lighting. The show reminded me at some points of a spectacular halftime show, probably because of the marching bands ...
... I then had haggis and whisky for dinner which was the most wonderful meal since Dinner with Heston. Followed up with a great night tour of the darker side of Edinburgh, all about the grave robbing and murders of the city. The stories of the seelie and unseelie fae was pretty good as well.
That tour finished late and I trudged back to my accomodation the Menzies Guesthouse. An overpriced out of the way guesthouse that I had to take because of the marathon ...