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... walked right in with my bag and umbrella and started looking at paintings! There was a grand, central hall with a giant pipe organ in the balcony. The museum was 2 stories and had two wings on either side of the main hall. Each wing had its own grand hall. It wasn’t a huge museum but definitely a lot to see—so much variety, too! There were Scottish colorist paintings, Monets, Van Gogh, Salvador Dali, Renoir, ancient Egyptian artifacts, ...
... and only had cabin baggage.
however, halfway round a roundabout we had to make a decision as to whether we wanted to go to Glasgow SW or Carlisle, and we decided on Carlisle. Bad decision. It sent us off on a road with few off- ramps and heading east. Glasgow International Airport lies to the west Aargh I thought as I scanned the map for the closest exit. On finding an exit where we could return along the motorway ...
... areas with small benches set up to sit and take in the satisfaction of climbing to the top and seeing how far you'd climbed.
William Wallace's life was riddled with tragedy and war. Reading of his history will open your eyes on various parts of the Scottish history. The movie is a reach in the depiction of this legendary man. Your eyes will be opened to the vast experience this man and his family endured and how important he was to ...
... even our super-fancy memberships of Scottish Heritage still earned us a ten-minute queue (although probably saved us a 45 minute one.) We went up to the middle level and waited another ten minutes or so to join a short tour by a Scottish Heritage guide who impressed me no end by being able to address, clearly and distinctly, a group of about forty tourists in the open air and surrounded by hundreds of other tourists all jabbering away noisily - all without any sort of ...
... that I felt I had really become part of the community. It began during our journey to Dalbeig. This was the section of beach further north from Dalmore and the starting point of my hike for today. We were driving along when I noticed a guy on a tractor and another man opening a gate for him. Wow, I know who they are! I had met the man walking at Peggy’s about a week ago. He was the husband of her daughter Mary and had been called in to troubleshoot her errant oven. The man on ...
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