North Beach Hotel
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... said) and is currently on the Turnberry course in no rain and even a patchy blue sky. (For those who must know, Bandon Dunes in March still ranks first.)
But it's back to Spain later today! We'll fly into Barcelona, pick up our leased car for the year and head home (with a quick beach stop in Sitges and a possible glimpse at the Vuelta (like the Tour de France but the bike race of Spain.)
I'll post some first day of school photos and photos of our place next week!
... on Tuesday. It is either somewhere in the house, thrown in the bin or in amongst Lynn's work stuff and handed back to her boss. We finally left at 10.40 and not that happy that we did not get off to a good start. We will have another thorough look in our cases when we get to our hotel in Swindon. Lynn will text Donna later to ask our neighbour not to take our bins out on Monday. It must ...
... a violin whilst walking up and down a tight rope - forward and backward. Plenty of people playing bagpipes all around the city, with a blend of traditional and more modern upbeat tunes. Amongst them,there were these three Scots lads playing their bagpipes and drums, and at the same time doing a bit of a jig - check out their video.....pretty funny.
Was hoping to find the house where my ...
... offered me a ride to my hotel! That would never happen in the US! So much trust here. She was very nice and drove me back the way I'd come to the Kirkhouse Inn. The hotel looked very nice - they were able to give me a double room at a single price (this happens a lot, I've found) and there was a tub (most of these hotels were built back in the day before showers - so most of them do have bathtubs). But, my TV didn't work and the wifi was VERY sketchy. I asked three times ...
... fried spam and chips, but taking the tip of another Glaswegian. "Have ye seen de oldest hoos in Glasgow?" OK, we did. A medieval stone place from the 1400's directly across from the cathedral which again was full of intriguing inner rooms and crypts below--and surrounded by a stunning necropolis on the hill, the monuments looking like a giant helter skelter mismatched chess set.
Took train to Stirling, Easter service at ...