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... once today didn't want to repeat it. Went shopping in Sauciehall Street which has a vast shopping precinct. It was great to see what was on offer. Resisted buying anything else other than a bite of lunch that served as dinner as well. My suitcase is heavy enough. Looking forward to early night in front of television. Good shows on television here. Next blog will be from ...
... eating and we were off on the 4 hour driver to Audrey's in Glasgow. We had a stop at Tebay services as my Aunt Dorothy always recommends it to buy some nice journey treats. The only exciting part of the journey really was the satnav being out of date and struggling to cope with Audrey's instructions as we flew over Glasgow. We arrived fine and went through final bits such as Andy jotting time journey ties between check ...
... on the footpaths. Walking thru Hillside, Partick and CBD on all three days. Weather was not too bad with patches of sunshine about but mostly cloudy and coolish, with an occasional spray of rain. For August though, I'd rather thought it might have been warmer but the heat wave of the previous few weeks was definitely finished. Breakfast was good at the hotel which mostly saw me through to dinner, when ...
... try saying that with a scouse accent! God works in mysterious ways.....
A scenic drive home through the snow covered lake district made for some lovely vistas, none of which I managed to photograph. It was just too damn cold to take my hands out of my pockets! The lake district is the home of the bob graham round. 74 miles, 42 peaks in 24 hours. I had better get training....
... about the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony on tonight. At 8.12am (not sure why it was that time specifically) there was 3 minutes of bells ringing around the country, led by the bells of Big Ben. There were a few towns around the place shown to be ringing bells too. This was to celebrate the beginning of the Olympics.
We finished breakfast and went back to our room, then spent a little while Skyping some the family. After that we had showers and Emma had a nap ...