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... actual stairs, there were rocks piled in random ways and you had to clip in once again and use a rope to climb up. After this we made our way back to the van and headed back for lunch. I wish I had video taped the entire thing because my descriptions do the actual events no justice. I probably won't do it again but I'm glad I did it once. Never thought I was claustrophobic until this day.
After lunch we went out for a hike and then came back for tea and cake, then ...
... many of these little pie things but I'm obsessed with them so whatev) but I also got 2 packs of chicken, 1 pack of ground beef, and some shrimp! Trying to mix it up! On our homestay last weekend, we had these little mini pies and I fell in love so I searched through Tesco and found them! The ones that I know we had at the Robinson's are a brand called Mr. Kipling. The box comes with 6 mini pies filled with apple, black currant and cherry. I don't know why I'm ...
Well the reviews of Bethene McMillan's breakfasts at St. Catherine's B&B weren't wrong! GG had a full English breakfast and didn't eat again until about 5pm! I had the "Vegetarian" option complete with vegetarian sausages (no kidding and they weren't bad) and didn't need to eat for a similar amount of time.
We had decided to drive to Airdrie and catch a train to Glasgow today. Airdrie is where my father's family comes from and I was hoping to see ...
... 1763) who I mentioned in an earlier blog as being the older brother of Philip Richard Fendall I, the builder of the Lee-Fendall house in Alexandria, Virginia. This John, married Sarah Alexander (1733-1778). Sarah’s father, Capt. Philip Alexander II (1704-1753) owned a considerable amount of land in Stafford Co., Virginia, and also most of the land that would become the present city of Alexandria, Virginia. When the city was laid out, Philip and his ...
... particularly of her husband, Bob's uncle George, who by everyone's account, was a really nice guy. Lots of laughs as well, however unfortunately I forgot to take the photos I had intended to, as just prior to leaving, the talk got around to he weather (it had been bad for the past few days, and particularly bad today).
On our way to Isabel's we stopped at Robroyston, where to Bob's surprise, the houses where he was born in (I do mean born in, as he was born ...
Other places to stay in Glasgow
West End, Glasgow | 2 star hotelfrom $101
East Kilbride Road, Glasgow | Hotelfrom $76
City Centre, Glasgow | 3 star hotelfrom $59
Victoria Park, Glasgow | 3 star hotelfrom $99
Neilston Road, Glasgow | 3 star hotelfrom $89
80 Busby Road, Glasgow | Hotelfrom $180
Shettleston, Glasgow | Hotelfrom $47