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... graphic design and politics which I quite enjoyed. Many of the pieces were quite shocking. For example one of them was a fake Army pamphlet that mocked the military, navy, secret service and airforce all in one go.
The Lighthouse Gallery gets its name from the roof of the building, which was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (him again!) to look like a lighthouse. Unfortunately it was closed for renovations, but the museum employee assured me that though I could not go ...
... beef dinner complete with vegetable soup, cooked vegetables, and dessert. All home made - including the soup! He has become quite a good cook by teaching himself. After lunch, Roger took us for a drive through this valley full of history. He showed us several spots where Covenanters were martyred. He also took us to see the William Wallace Monument near Louden Hill where a battle was fought. We also ...
... said he heard that it was a new owner who was giving drinks away until 6pm. As this was not 5.50 George was going for the hat trick and urgently told Annette to put her phone down and get to the bar. She happily complied but was making her way there when we had to shout to tell her she should take her purse with her not to be so obvious. Lol. We were not sure if she would get them free so when George spotted her making her way back with the drinks he asked me if she had a soor face or ...
... much to Mum's surprise. Grant, Tiff and the boys then arrived in and along with their gift of a lovely watch was a card with the poem below: (Our Tiff's a clever cookie!)
In the year of 1933
Helen Allan came to be
One of five kids in the clan
But to most of us, she's known as Gran
Mum, as well, to a selected few -
But those folk call her Granny too!
Married to Geordie, love of her life,
Nothing made ...
... Oh look we are changing driver" "Oh, see those lights over there, that is Sheffield" At 4am I was not really fussed about the lights that I had to prise my eyes open for and feign interest.
After arriving in London late and having to make a large detour with my huge bag around the Mall and Downing Street due to the Jubilee concert being packed away I am now sat in a cafe on Piccadilly off to get the underground for an hour to Heathrow - fingers crossed delay ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking