Campanile Glasgow Airport
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... number in order to turn on outside dialing. The woman who answered the phone was the same one with whom I had spoken with in the morning. She contacted the driver to see if it was in the taxi. It was. She directed him to drop it off at the hotel after his current job, where I would be waiting in the lobby reading a book. He finally showed up and I gave him 5 pounds (the agreed upon price the dispatcher request for him to do the job. ...
... to hear their style of music. As they were packing up, they said ‘B had left his capo and jacket behind’.
I overheard and just went ‘Barney?’
Yes they said.
And the look on their faces was great when I said, ‘Yeah, if I take them, I will give them to him when I see him tomorrow’ Hahahahahaha.
After a wonderful day, I went back to my hostel and crashed out.
But it was a bloody wonderful day!
... become cells and enter into her body via the lungs. We will bring cellular cameras and photograph the inside of the Lady's body, before travelling back to the lungs and being breathed out as carbon dioxide.
It will be a dangerous mission, but I know it is what we must do. Plus, we can go into her brain and see her mind and see where she's kept IA's teddy bear blue movies.
... Wonderful views both sides of the bus. Dry stone walls... (I kept looking for the one you sat on and broke, Dad. Couldn't quite spot it! ) Sheep everywhere. Old stone houses. Villages in the distance. Magnificent. Can see why James Herriot worked here! Tried to take lots of photos but it just doesn't do it justice, does it? I just gazed and gazed and gazed. Beautiful. Onto an old steam train, the ...
... Emma’s sleepsuit was even more slippery than yesterday so she couldn’t stay in that. I ended up sitting in the room next door to the restaurant which had a big armchair that the waiter said I could use. At least that worked well for Emma but obviously there was no restraint so I had to sit right in front of her to keep her in the chair. Thankfully, with all the other fuss she was good and actually ate ...