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... had seen Linda in Paris last year when we were there. Johnny made a lovely spaghetti bolognaise and garlic bread for dinner with fresh fruit and yoghurt for dessert. It was so good to have a home-cooked meal and Johnny is a great cook. After dinner we all went for a walk to walk our dinner off through the Gallows Hill woods and along the outskirts of Drymen. When I say walk, it was about 4kms! It was so beautiful walking in ...
... eventualities - after all I'm only a real rookie at this photography caper. But I find it a pain having to carry both of them and also the time taken to swap lenses often means the photo opportunity has long gone - especially when we were travelling on the coach. The one I wanted will still cover me for general stuff but give me quite a reasonable zoom without having to change lenses. So found the Jessops store and bought myself a ...
Today we were quiet. After sad news I did not really want to explore today, and I felt exhausted from some long long days this week, so I slept for most of the morning, while Nic completed quizzes, crosswords and puzzles that all feature in the Scottish mail. Nic loves them. We spent the afternoon booking bus tickets and accommodation for the next week. Nic found a room in a pub for fifty pounds a night including breakfast just out of Fort William. In between, ...
... Every time we see one we go in, it never gets old. You need to experience them in your life! We are off to Bath in England today. (Not literally take a bath but the town Bath) it's about 6 hours on train changing over in Birmingham! Can't believe we are done Scotland now! It's insane how time is flying! Mel & I were talking and saying how weird it will be when we go home... Not having to pay for a bed, label all of our food in ...
... a fish in the river. On opening the fish, the ring was miraculously found inside, which allowed the Queen to clear her name.
In addition to the church, we walked past the Provand’s Lordship, which is Glasgow’s oldest house built in 1471. Driving on, we visited George Square, which was laid out in 1766 outside the overcrowded Old Town. It was extremely disappointing to find that there were large fences all the way around the square, so it was ...