Premier Inn Glasgow - Bellshill
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I agree that not all who wander are lost. However, I believe perhaps some wander in order to get lost. To get lost in their dreams, passions and desires. To get lost, and maybe also at times to lose: lose a sense of responsibility, worry or attachment.
I haven't been good about keeping up the blog recently, but I think I've been good at getting lost, in all senses. Guided by spontaneity, I easily lost the security of organization. The amount of ...
... saw a strange stirring in the waters. All of this travel took about 8 hours, stop start - we figured it would be around 4, so it was a big driving day - go Wayne!
Into Inverness we found our B&B for the night. Gorgeous! Boutique, a little quirky in that the owner is an artist and has unique artwork and furniture, super clean and big comfy bed. Love it, especially after last night and unfortunately it's only for 1 night.
Put up equals ...
... moderate to severe hangover disease, please consult your doctor before taking Brazilian food"). As that passed, we decided to take a tour of Celtic Park where the boys in Green would be playing that night.
A historic journey through the stadium and pictures with the 1967 European Cup trophy later and we were totally psyched for the match and relatively over the night before! Our journey to the match later that night was filled ...
17th and 18th August
Today is meet the Rellies Day. It was difficult trying to organise getting the train to the birthday lunch at Bridge of Weir then to Bishopbriggs to see Grandy's aunt Helen and uncle Jimmy so we rented a car for the day. Grandy was very brave and soon found his way to the motorway but we had some trouble finding the restaurant. We only stayed for about an hour as we had promised Jimmy we would be at is place at 3.30pm. ...
... and I sat up till stupidly late watching you tube re-runs of Australia/Britain/Anywhere's got talent and xfactor etc.
On Saturday Sal and I took Jesse and Maya on the open top bus tour through Glasgow which was great. Every time we would go on the top deck it would rain so we got very good at scrambling up and down the stairs. Sal managed to catch up on some sleep on the bus whilst Jesse played iphone much to the ...