Premier Inn Glasgow North East - Stepps
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... we spent the day FINALLY wandering the village of Aberdour and taking in one of the local establishments with a little hot chocolate and coffee. It never got warm for the entire trip! However, we did pack appropriately, and were comfortable the whole time.
With what was left of our time we packed, went out for dinner, and squeezed in as much time with Pauline, our hostess, as time would allow. Early to bed and an early taxi to the airport on Tuesday.
... than jumping between cities and sights. I don't think you need to be looking for something whenever you leave, but by the time you return, you definitely will have found more than you ever would have imagined.
I've found people that inspire me to work harder, play longer and love deeper. I've found sights that redefine my idea of beauty. I've found history that humbles my idea of a reasonable lifestyle. And I've found new reasons to pursue ...
... all the Scots had left. The pride will never be lost, no matter how poorly the boys in green perform. The USA are just about to play them as I write this and my heart is torn. Sorry guys, have to go with my home country, the boys in Red White and Blue will prevail tonight! "I believe that we will win!"
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... the world and the Spitfire plane hanging from the ceiling. We had lunch there then took the car back to the hire place before getting a cab to the train station.It only took 45 minutes to get to Edinburgh. The lady who rented us the apartment said it was a 10 minute walk from the station but we decided to get a cab as we had all of our bags. Just as well it was a lot further than 10 minutes.Our apartment building is in between a small pub and ...
... in beautiful sunshine. We spent most of the day at the amazing Calzean castle which sits on an enormous estate looking west across the water to the Isle of Arran. We went to the beach, played in a great playground, had lunch, had ice creams, went on walks and had a great day. We headed back to the Hepburns for our final night avoiding all media contact so that we could settle down to do a delayed telecast of the Men's ...