Premier Inn Glasgow East Kilbride - Peel Park
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... with the rest of Ross's cousins and families that we hadn't had a chance to catch up with. As everywhere is caught up in World Cup fever it was a rush to be home to see the second half of the England vs Italy match by midnight. I am pleased to say I got the chance for a Sunday sleep in, til 11am to be exact. We re-packed our bags in readiness for our flights tomorrow and did a little more family ...
... of like Port vs Crows, but with more stabbings and general murders related to people's preference. I really enjoyed meeting Jim & Lisa and Mark and all their kids. They really are a wonderful family. Lisa is a woman of my own heart - loves a wine and a tan. Jim and Mark are generous and helpful. I am hoping that we get to see them all again before we go. On Thursday it's Marie's birthday, but apparently we are ...
... love hiking and felt like I was letting Uncle Jimmy down - he is a keen hiker and was excited to take us. We had even bought a pair of runners each in order to hike - £35 pounds each - from a shopping centre which had an ice rink in it. (No big deal..) I am hopeless at ice skating and didn't really want big bruises from stacking it so we gave that activity a miss. I'm at the point where I think my body is grieving not having ...
... that Allan and family own and manage. Led by Beth, we had a fun time checking out a variety of furniture, especially the adjustable beds. From there, we stopped by the nearby marina, where Allan generously treated us all out to lunch. It was scrumptious meal that included lobster and prawns with garlic bread, a mushroom soup, stuffed chicken breast and a tiramisu that was to die for. Megs had a prawn fajita for her entrée and couldn’t believe that she got 24 large ...
... market, hence the name "Thieves Rd". Cauldstane Slap also marks the county boundary between the Scottish Borders and West Lothian. Through the saddle and there was an enormous change in the scenery, from moorland, which felt more like the Highlands as you walked through it, to peaty, grassland with bog cotton and plenty of spongy moss. We headed downhill looking out over Harperrig Reservoir walking parallel to BaadPark Burn. The terrain was soft, damp and grassy, the walking ...