Premier Inn Glasgow - Paisley
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... dinner at a Scottish restaurant. Hanna rejoined us, too. I had a Venison pie, which was kind of like a Shepherd’s pie with mashed potatoes, carrots, celery mixed in with the meat and then a Gin & Tonic sorbet for dessert—another flavor added to the list….check!
Hanna and Sarah wanted to go out to a bar but Sybil and I took the train back to the ship. Two girls with luggage got on at a random stop in the middle of ...
... with a hilarious old couple from Wisconsin- they also had bright red matching sweatshirts.
We ended up going to a show across the street. Initially we thought there was just a crazy bachelorette party going on, but we soon realized that it was gay pride week and a live musical performance of Rocky Horror Picture Show was happening across the street. 2 seats. center row. 8th row back. Naturally we had to join the festivities, even ...
... go, do not collect £200, about 17 miles away. It was bank holiday so Glasgow roads were quiet and I got there after going a somewhat quaint route involving the old Greenock Road. Base had done some investigation and had come up with a few hotel options via LateRoom.com. So here I am in this rather nice hotel in the bar having just paid £8 for a bottle of cider (flipping ice cubes in the glass - what's that all about). That said, the room, breakfast and free wifi will ...
... you take the more painful it is. But I think the good thing is that we all know that I'll be popping back in another 18 months or 2 years but it still hurts.
So Grant dropped us off at the drop off point and we were on our way. When we went to check in they told us that our flight to London had been delayed by an hour so they rebooked us onto one which was scheduled to leave half an hour earlier than the delayed one. But the ...
I visited the Wilsontown cemetery, the only local burial ground and found several graves I could now recognise from the family trees, but none from earlier times. It is closed, as being full, but there are large areas without stones in the older part of the cemetery, so perhaps they were there. However, it seems that both Forth and Wilsontown were Free Church until 1876, so they may not have agreed with that doctrine. From there I ...