The Cobbler Hotel
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... our group all breakfasting. There were people coming and going constantly over the next couple of days - some heading home, some transferring to another tour, some going on somewhere else and others savouring the joys of Istanbul for a few days more.
Our transfer was due at 11am so we were all packed up and down in the lobby and having a final chat to Ian and Cheryl who also had an 11am pickup when our transfer arrived at 10.45am. ...
... much it cost as they find the drinks really expensive. Fear not though my friends I will certainly partake of one (or two, or three) before departing this wonderful vessel ,as I know the waiter is anxious for my opinion on them.. Had an early night (10.30) as we all wish to be up early to witness us entering the sounds of New Zealand! Day 11. THE SOUNDS, NZ!!!! Ok where do I start here. We have arrived in NZ and at 7am we enter the first of the three sounds which are Milford, ...
... demolished in 1921. The 126 foot tall Steeple was where the public hangings of Glasgow used to occur, and is one of the few remaining medieval buildings in the city. It is located in what is known as Merchant City, and is part of the Glasgow Cross, which is the major junction in the city centre of Glasgow. Five streets run into this centre, and is also where St. John Ogilvie (1579-1615), the last post Reformation saint to be martyred here at Glasgow Cross on March ...
... tedious American
security, I grabbed my suitcase off the carousel and eventually worked the LAX
marble flooring with my case all the way up to arrivals to be greeted with
“joooo jooo” from Rowan and Elodie (doodie).
Driving down from the airport to the hotel was amazing
instantly I loved LA and even think I spotted the singer pink getting into an
audi car just past the Beverly hill Hilton….I Googled ...
... famous Scottish peak affectionately known as the Cobbler. And you thought it was just a type of dessert. We weren't sure how long it would take to get up, and as we have very different approaches to scaling mountains, we set a turn around time, split up, and it was every man for himself (or girl as the case may be). We needn't have bothered. We both ended up on top in good time, and despite the occasional threat of rain we both absolutely loved the hike. You can try to take ...
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