Dreamhouse Apartments Glasgow Merchant City
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... Got a map from reception and went for a walk around the local area. There weren't as many people around as I would've thought until I turned on to Sauchiehall Street and came face to face with the crowd. All good, I walked up to Marks & Spencers and brought some coffe and a couple of snacks. I didn't really feel like dinner as my stomach was still not feeling so well after the plane trips.
... were. We
walked around for a bit before deciding it was necessary to buy a fruit
smoothy. No idea why.But we went we walking pas this guy (before the smoothie)
and he was giving away special beauty offers.I rarely listen to them, but this was actually pretty cool. It was a make-up, hair-style, fashion shoot with props and
... let's just take the volume off this.. oh it's off.
KAT: lololololol.. oh no, no, my ribs, I hate this thing, chair..
NATO: love how you're not moving
KAT: no.. I'm ready to die... oh, it's a video
Describe in 3 words.
KAT: Mmmm *click* ***** get lost.
... Council Chambers, a noted piece of architectural bliss. We succeeded in finding Waxy O'Connors, recommended to us by Warwick, and had dinner there. Muzzy had mussels served in a large earthenware pot and Doug had haggis, neeps and tatties very attractively presented. We left Andy at the pub at half-time and walked from the subway to the Hotel in the rain. We watched Taggart and there was a murder. Muzzy and Wendy sorted ...
... use being made of old railway sleepers to carry us over the wettest areas of peat bog. We climbed Temple Hill, now replanted with conifers and deciduous trees, new gates and signs having been erected to ensure safety of grazing sheep and our passage across the hill. To our south-west the conifers of West Cairn Plantation stood dark and prominent on the skyline below the peak of West Cairn Hill. Above us along the line of pylons was our lunch spot and we reached it at 11.55 ...