Kincaid House Hotel
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... medal match (although they cheered for England against the Kiwis). By half-time they were 2-0 ahead, with Ciriello scoring after seven minutes and then again just before before the break. Cirello added a third from a penalty corner early in the second half, and Eddie Ockenden scored the fourth. About 20 minutes into the second half, the sun was out and the Glaswegian girls and I were standing up drying to dry out (similar to a shag on a ...
... mates had made reservations at a specialty restaurant on-board and they invited Joan and I to join them. We had a pleasant evening with them before attending the show in the theatre.
The days are noticeably longer as we travel north. The picture below was taken at about 11:00 p.m. Tonight we are headed to Oslo, Norway. It will take us two sea days to reach there as we round the norther tip of Scotland and through the North Sea.
We ended our day in Glasgow where we'll be spending two nights. We got out and did a little sightseeing on our own. We were able to see George Square and the Glasgow Cathedral before coming back to the hotel. After a light dinner, I'm wiped out and about ready to hit the hay! This fresh air is wearing me out!! 80% chance of rain tomorrow, so thank goodness for that umbrella! See you tomorrow in Edinburgh!!
... for their land and their people. The passion in their hearts is something I admire greatly. I think that, as much as I love the scenery here, it's the people that make it such a great country. I have loved Scotland every visit and this one was definitely no different. I'll be back many times in my life...you can count on that!! So it's with a touch if sadness that I leave my friends, old and new, and this great country. But I'm off back to London, which, as you know, always makes me ...
... It's a fascinating display.
In the main section, the perimeter is given up to a madcap, rather eccentric brief overview of life, the universe and everything - based largely, I suspect, on Hunter's collection. So there are stuffed thylacines! dinosaur leg bones! mineral samples! and the biggest collection of birds' nests you have ever imagined (should you ever have even thought about such a thing) let alone seen. A lot of space and effort was devoted to weavers' ...