Sandyford Lodge Hotel
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... religious art. We then went up to the necropolis. That was pretty extraordinary. A great site for a murder mystery! Then the Riverside transport museum. 4/9/2014 Thursday We have been very arty & cultured today. This morning we caught the train to Kelvingrove museum. The highlight of this museum was the Dali Christ of St John of the cross. An amazing painting & an amazing story of its restoration after it was slashed. We then went to the Glasgow ...
... all in uniform marching down the street.
The first location was on the steps of the Concert Hall looking down Buchanan st. Massive crowd clapping along and of course as soon as the band struck up with Waltzing Matilda there was cheers and smiles all around. It was a lovely sunny morning and the whole thing felt rather surreal and odd. Sunshine?, waltzing maltilda? But this is Scotland isn't it? (the scottish weather was biding its time)
The Pipe ...
Today was the day we had been waiting for. Today we would experience the Highland Games (in the lowlands?!)! We got up early and drove back towards Glasgow. Before the games began we visited Pollock House and The Burrell Collection. Pollock house was home to Lord Maxwells large Spanish art collection. We watched a very informative and interesting dvd before having a look around the property and at all of the lovely, strange and scary ...
... Museum. A strange hodge-podge of art museum, history museum and nature museum, the building that houses the collection is a work of art in and of itself. Built in the 19th century, it looks more like a giant red castle than a museum. The collection was quite interesting and had everything from a giant stuffed elephant, to an exhibit on arms and armour. The art collection featured a few paintings from the classical masters, the impressionists etc. It also had a collection of ...
... in the beginning. There was a lot of healthy teasing going on between all players. It was great. At one point I managed to sink a dart into the wall (the dartboard was hung on the inside of a closet door which you opened up into the hallway, but you could still hit the wall behind it, right under the ceiling.) Apparently that had happened a fair number of times before because the wall was peppered with tiny holes around where my dart had landed.
My flight left ...