Premier Inn Glasgow North East - Stepps
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... pilgrims coming to pray. The wedding being held here today, shows that it is still a vibrant part of the community. The graveyard around the church is extensive. When you walk around the outside you get the same creepy feeling. The oak trees tower over the graves and the wind is whistling through them. Once again Steven King is among us. The outside of the church is just as stately as the inside. It gives the statement of something that has been here for along time and will ...
I felt a bit sad saying goodbye to London but was looking forward to going to Scotland. We got a taxi to the Euston railway station to catch the train to Glasgow. It is a big and pretty scary place with people everywhere pulling suitcases and looking lost. Finally we made our way to the train and made ourselves comfortable. Grandy had booked our tickets in Sydney so we had our own seats but lots of people didn't. The train stopped at lots of stations along the ...
... Then, it has a pink and purple windowpane plaid. It’s fun yet formal at the same time and I’ve never seen anything like it so I had to get it! My description doesn’t do it justice and you’re probably imagining something very silly looking but trust me, it’s an exquisite coat and I’ve gotten so many compliments from strangers on the street when I wore it yesterday.
Day 3 was very laidback. I ...
... I have ever eaten in my life, the restaurant itself was an exciting experience as you got to watch the chef cook your food right in front of you. The chefs were entertainers as well - jugging knives, creative massive fireballs on the stoves and flicking food into the open mouths of patrons. It was a lovely last dinner in Glasgow!
In the morning we got on the train and made our way homeward to Durham. But that, my dear readers, is a story for another day.
... our way to the grave site of Sir William. Sir William's grave site was shared with his two wives! Opposite was a grave that said Sure And Steadfast down the bottom, which is the motto of BB. We had a short prayer at the graveside to express our thanks for The Boys' Brigade movement that is now an international ministry in 36 countries and has impacted the development and growth of boys to men for over 130 years. We ...