The Pipers' Tryst Hotel
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... headed into downtown Edinburgh - walked around the castle and Royal Mile, saw some Monets and Van Goghs at the Art Gallery, had lunch at a vegetarian cafe and strolled around the Botanic Gardens before heading on the short drive to Glasgow.
That is where the fun began in finding our hotel - we usually follow the precise directions from the hotel website but this time all that ...
... weren't delayed when taking of from Glasgow. We drove right next to another plane 1 mile away in the air which was different. All in all a great flying experience from Thomas Cook. We watched robocop which was a bit **** and had chicken curry.vAlso Tim might have broken the headphone socket. Got to the rode way in after a short taxi ride. It has changed its name from the rode way inn to anice inn. Was confusing when we first saw it but worked it out quick ...
... for the kids got off to a cracking start where Tim (eager to make a good impression and show off his super soccer skills) missed the ball and kicked the floor dislocating his big toe. Now he didn’t notice his big toe was dislocated apart from that he was in extreme pain and trying with all his might not to show it but when standing up to run for the ball again his hole foot made a tremendous click back into place and he was on the deck. The wee boys couldn’t help ...
An anticipated two and a half hour walk in the rain did not eventuate as the central city guided walks have been discontinued, so I got on a hop on, hop off, double decker bus instead. First stop for me was Glasgow West University and the Hunterian Museum. It confirmed that Lister’s breaktrough work on infections in surgery etc. happened while Patrick was a student at the Medical School where ...
... when the buzzer sounded neither of us were even up. However I had been up from 2 to 3 and again at 5 when someone called for a taxi! Seoras explained that his number is one digit different than the taxi company and that he gets lots of calls from drunks! We encouraged him to go pick them up next time and make a few bucks.
By 10 we were really ready and Flora came back and dropped us off right in gorgeous downtown ...