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Edinburgh to Glasgow
via Sterling, Aberfoyle
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A 7-8-9 this morning, gives me time to catch the news on T.V. The atmosphere in Northern Ireland is as somber as their forecast weather. The flashpoint today: the Orange Parade …
... it polarised the city between the haves and the never-even-coming-close-to-it folk. Wait for the photos tomorrow. Today we caught up with Pamela and Peter. Lorna,Pam, Marie Berthe and Rosie trained together (over 30 years ago) at Guys Hospital in London and was a bit upset to see that she still looks bloody fantastic. A poem for Glasgow by Lorna Glasgow oh Glasgow you have a funny evolution, From the ...
... of the good spots. Afternoon tea back at Cup included all homemade and gluten-free: cupcakes, shortbread, strawberry meringue, cake, scones with strawberry and grey tea jam and clotted cream, mousse, mini sandwiches and more. We all collapsed in a sugar-induced coma after that one.
Other domestic experiences in Glasgow involved gardening and hosting a garden party at Ross'. Mark and I tried to earn our keep by gardening, prepping food and ...
... only one or two things that I was able to get to to photograph, I went to a cool bridge that was about 2km away from the hotel and spent a sunset around it, and on another night I went over to what will soon be the new stadium that we will play in the future. ...
... could not take credit cards. So, we decided that is was getting late in the day and we were spent from 3 glorious but very busy weeks on the road. Thus, we headed to our hotel at the Glasgow Airport.
We managed one more meal of European pizza at our hotel, and then retreated to our room to re-pack our bags for the early morning flight back home. A Freddie Mercury documentary on one of the BBC channels seemed a fitting close to our vacation ...