Premier Inn Ayr A77/Racecourse
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... on the terrace.
The building dates from the 1990s, but looks much older as it embodies a design by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his wife Margaret MacDonald from 1900: it had won them an award in an international competition but was never taken further. The construction and decoration of the house was undertaken as a case study by modern artists on the techniques employed 100 years earlier. Nowadays it houses a fine arts centre as ...
... at this London landmark: Just 167,000 souls resting for eternity in graves that date back as early as 1839. The cemetery's 53,000 graves and mausoleums, which house such luminaries as philosopher Karl Marx, make for an afternoon of eerie exploring—especially considering the various rumors of unexplained happenings on the grounds. The most ...
... Not particularly appetising but great after three hours of hard labour.
Back to work, with everything in place it was just a case of drilling holes and mounting the displays so that they would be safe from little prying hands. One of the curators had said, only half in jest that no switches should be left exposed and the public were likely to switch the displays off and steal the fuses! So everything had to be tidied away and hidden behind locked cabinet doors.
... train. We sat at a table and talked/wrote/napped during the hour long ride. The view was gorgeous, we've really loved the views from our train rides.
Exiting the Glasgow Queen Street station with nary a mishap, we found ourselves facing a rather gorgeous city square called George's Square. I hadn't looked up much in Glasgow. All I was interested in was the Kelvingrove Museum, and from the map in Georges Square, it was quite a hike away. We spent several minutes ...
... the real one was on this leg so I am moving that Internet picture to this entry. I tried to snap some photos myself but didn't have the right seat, as you can see by what I took. But I was able to get a good shot from the bridge itself. Made it to Glasgow at 9:20pm, hiked to our room, then found pizza and beer at a local sports pub just in time to see England lose to Italy in the Europe Cup! Don't know if the Scots are upset or ...