Orchard Park Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... torrential rain the pageantry continued, the boys shivered on the dias, the bagpipes player, ball boys and girls also got drenched during the medal ceremony and the few of us crowd that were left got soaked through to the bones. The lucky Countess of Wessex (Sophie Rhys-Jones, aka Mrs Prince Edward) had someone holding an umbrella for her as she presented the medals, but to her credit, she didn't look like she noticed in was raining. I ...
... to them for around 4 hours. It started with three people; a pianist, a violinist and a guitarist. A short while later, a guy joined with a drum and the four of them were so amazing to watch. After a while, the band grew and grew. By the time we left, there were at least 10 people playing their instruments. It was such a relaxing afternoon.
Monday we walked around Glasgow a little more and visited the worst Modern Art museum ...
... me with my water, her with her tonic and lime.
She actually has so many great stories to tell, and so much wisdom.
We got our burgers, and thanks to my bloody upbringing, I sat there like a goof for a couple minutes trying to work out the best way to eat a burger without making myself look like a complete dag in front of this classy lady.
I REALLY JUST WANTED TO SHOVE MY FACE!
Anna had picked the top off hers ...
... li>double-decker buses - firstly, they're as fun as they're made out to be. Secondly, they're expensive. About $4 CAD one-way. In fact, everything in Scotland was rather expensive. The price of clothes at TopShop, for example, was not adjusted. If it was $20 CAD, it was £20.
... of good here is incredible. I had some mean mexican (chilli chorizo burrito....I almost exploded with deliciousness!!), great Persian, amaaaaaaazing Indian, out of this world burgers, and more. The only cuisine that's missing here, not surprisingly, is sushi. But we are in the UK after all!! We did spend a great deal in various pubs around the West End and City Centre. Local gems, neighborhood pubs, and even the big-n-nasty chains (Walkbout. Ugh)...but it was necessary!! ...