Premier Inn Ayr A77/Racecourse
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... Scottish Independence, which they are not against, to our surprise: the Scots seem like such a unique and special and proud race that you would think that they would all prefer to be their own independent nation, but there is a strong prevailing feeling that they are too small to go it alone, (population 5.3 million - about the same as Sydney!) and as they are able to keep their own identity as part of the United Kingdom, they should keep it that ...
... A regiment of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders was being disbanded. Stirling Castle has a museum dedicated to this group so they paraded from the castle, down the road to the village below. Kilt's, bagpipes, swords, and furry hats included. It was spectacular. The only thing odd about it, however, is that they are a combat unit and each carried a machine gun. Some even had bayonette's attached. There ...
... turned to my grieving journey ... and she was generously attentive and curious, and naturally understood the spiritual and pastoral doors that open on such a journey.
Ask someone to say grace, and you get spontaneous poetry! Actually, Lynne taught us a simple, sung grace that we used on several occasions (if I remember mostly right), lilting, like a lullabye:
God, bless to us our bread.
Give bread to the ...