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... system is maintained with rigourous fairness and when I drift up without realising this I am kindly but firmly put in my place.
Many formerly blank sides of buildings have burst forth with murals, thankfully including the ugliest edifice on the Strathclyde University campus. The glass tower of Glasgow College has gone one better, covering itself completely in pink banners and the statement 'People Make Glasgow'. Mind you, this is on the south facing ...
... hotel, pig out and turn in for the night.
The night never really got dark. Quite different and difficult to get use to.
It is 10.00pm in the evening at the time writing and the sun is gleaming in through the window. At this time of year it does not actually become dark as we know it, there is only a period of what you would call twilight for three hours. Sunset at 11:58pm - sunrise at 3:00am
We look forward to hitting the road in the ...
... s beer, and many of my friends in Durham swear by it. That being said, I have been on a number of brewery tours in my life, and I am sad to say that this one was by far the least impressive. While the tour guide was extremely friendly, she was also quite scatterbrained and had a really heavy accent. I found her accent a bit of a challenge, those guests on the tour who were not native English speakers found it impossible. The tour was quite long, really pointless, and the guide spent ...
... to Pittsburg to visit their daughter and grand children. We got through the check in pretty quickly only to be stuck in the security check in for ages. One of the busiest airports in the world and it was so inefficient that you would think monkeys organised it. We finally got through grabbed a sandwich and headed to gate A9 to wait, oh and wait we did, the plane was delayed 30 mins ad we didn't ...
... at an early age. The parents had gone before him; Agnes the mother at the age of 65 in 1893 and William the father at 78 in 1900. Through almost all the letters the mother is unwell and I thought she must have been quite old, but that was not the case.
A second Merrilees family lived at Erskinebank very near to Trotterbank, but they were not brothers unless the father married twice, which could be quite possible given the early deaths in childbirth around the 1820s. I ...