Holiday Inn Express Glasgow Airport
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... only ever job and decided to do exactly what's I've dreamt of since I was about 16 years old. The only difference is I'm a little older, uglier and hairier now. Walking through departures before even leaving and we are interrogated from the police, I guess a skinhead and a skinny lad in trackies must look slightly dodgey. I thought they'd be used to that in Glasgow. So here goes, the journey of a lifetime. Fulfilling ambitions and following a dream.... Stop 1 ...
... walked right in with my bag and umbrella and started looking at paintings! There was a grand, central hall with a giant pipe organ in the balcony. The museum was 2 stories and had two wings on either side of the main hall. Each wing had its own grand hall. It wasn’t a huge museum but definitely a lot to see—so much variety, too! There were Scottish colorist paintings, Monets, Van Gogh, Salvador Dali, Renoir, ancient Egyptian artifacts, ...
... that means you are not folded like a pretzel. Elaine and Tom were waiting at the airport so pick up went without a hitch. The drive to Crail want smoothly but I was quite ready for bed when I got there. They are staying the night and coming for lunch tomorrow. I have e lovely painting of Piazza San Marco in Venice from Mum for my birthday. I think she remembered that we had visited there a few years ago. I just have to work out how to pack it for coming ...
... since we’ve had children, hmmm time to go back to it now as youngest is 19. All I'd say in terms of a neutral observation is that the team work between front of house and kitchen needed a bit of tightening up as my toastie was overlooked. Indeed I'm sure I spotted the chef eyeing me up thinking 'hmmm there must be a reason why that Sassenach hasn't started on his scoone yet?’ – Bingo! Toastie is hurriedly but deliciously prepared and delivered to ...
... home it would have dried on his legs and he got “hammered”. The masonic lodge was important among the workers and they used to meet at an old building that still stands on the mine site. To this day once a year the freemasons march from Forth (where they have a conspicuous building) and walk three times around the old building. Later he gave me a history of the local lodge, including Somerville names, which also mentioned this annual walk. ...