My eyes almost popped out of their sockets when I received an invitation from British Airways to go to the U.K. for a long weekend. First stop was Glasgow for the night to check out what’s happening there as they get ready to host the Commonwealth Games. Then we flew to London for a couple of nights to attend WIMBLEDON with Wimbledon Tours. I learned that they really know how to do this Grand Slam event in style! To top it off, we stayed at the swanky new Rosewood Hotel. What an experience! Here’s more about this incredible trip, which actually feels like it was a dream. If it weren’t for the pictures (including a close-up of David Beckham!) I might not have believed it myself.
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