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- Non-smoking rooms
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... a different and much steeper route, we warmed up and healed our wounds in the famous OLD Dungeon Ghyll Walker's Bar in front of a blazing fire.
On to Shropshire in the West Midlands on the border with Wales where we paused in Shrewsbury and Ludlow for genealogical reasons on my father's side. Ludlow is a medieval town of beautiful Tudor Architecture and timber-framed buildings. There are 500 "listed" buildings (deemed of ...
... the tour which takes one hour and fifty minutes to complete the circle. Got on and off a number of times and took plenty of snaps albeit not marvelous ones. Rang AA Glasgow to go to meeting tonight as member that was to take me had his car being repaired and when he got it back needed to work as he is a taxi driver. Another member called for me and walked me to and from a meeting nearby. Only four of us there. Showed me where there is another meeting tomorrow morning. ...
... and we still managed to make it to the airport on time. Peter's Highlights of Ireland. *The Hill of Tara *The drive around the Dingle Peninsular *Christ Church Cathedral Dublin Easter morning service. *Irish trad music session Brogan's Bar, Ennis and chatting to Patsy. Jenny's Highlights of Ireland. *New Grange Megalithic tomb *Cliffs of Moher *Glendalough and the Wicklow Mountains ...
... the flight he reappeared with a sly packet of playing cards each, he really made our flight; he was fantastic. We watched many films and tried to get a wee nap in as well. By the end of the flight though we were both keen to get off, Ally in particular who was not feeling at all well. As we walked to immigration we saw our families on the screen showing arrivals and, although sad to be back, we were excited to see them. The lady at security was lovely and like everyone else, joked ...
The travel bug has firmly grasped me and I knew after my last trip that I would HAVE to travel again soon... The last 7 months back in Scotland have been full of new plans taking shape. I went back to my old job where I worked while I was a student, which was kind of weird because it felt like I was taking a step backwards. However it was also good because I knew most of the staff already and how to do everything so it wasn't like starting a new job! ...