Glasgow Central Apartments
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... pilgrims coming to pray. The wedding being held here today, shows that it is still a vibrant part of the community. The graveyard around the church is extensive. When you walk around the outside you get the same creepy feeling. The oak trees tower over the graves and the wind is whistling through them. Once again Steven King is among us. The outside of the church is just as stately as the inside. It gives the statement of something that has been here for along time and will ...
... People's Palace. Carolyn had told us that the Bagpipe Competition was happening at the Green this weekend. It was so crowded there were hundreds and hundreds of people playing bagpipes, playing drums and wearing kilts. The noise was overwhelming but good. Nanny asked me if hearing the bagpipes stirred my Scottish blood I am not really sure what that means but I liked it. Jacob would have been quite at home and I thought he would have really liked it.
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... it! News travels really fast. Now I'm getting all these girls wanting to come to my cabin and feel my blanket. I’m telling you, this thing is a big chick magnet!
Hanna went on her own but Sarah and I went to the Kelvingrove museum, which has very similar architecture to the reddish Smithsonian castle on the Washington D.C. mall. All of the museums in Glasgow are free, which is astonishing! They didn’t even have any ...
Set off at 7 am in the freezing cold darkness and heavy rain, heading for Glasgow. The windscreen wipers were on double speed for most of the journey and not really sufficient to cope with the spray when we overtook slow lorries.
However, the traffic wasn't too bad and the journey fairly easy until we hit Glasgow. At this point, we had about an hour and a half until the gate closed and were quite relaxed as we had checked ...
... us over! The boys at this stage, bellies full, watching a movie or Rod watching Top Gear, are almost in noddy land and very relaxed. Well I just sat through another movie with a couple of Gin and Tonics. This movie was called Fear the the Dark Skies - Randall and Teigan I think you would like this one! Scary agh! Now flying over the Black Sea at a height of 36,000 feet and Eastern standard time is around 6pm and only about 9 am on the 27th August as we ...