Sandyford Lodge Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... vernacular (think huge carved castle walls) and blended that with new winds of Art Nouveau, Antonio Gaudi, and Japanese esthetics. Iron construction allowed for massively expanded window space. The crowning gem was a new building for the school designed by brash dandy Charles Renee Mackintosh. It still is stunning despite the fact that half of it burned up 2 years ago and is covered with scaffolding. Some poor art student left a can of expanding foam too ...
... One thing we have discovered is that the accents here are very thick and most times we cannot make out what the locals are saying. There are so may slang phrases....this will take some getting used to.
For dinner tonight we just wanted something light. So, we opted for the Tesco meal deal, which consists of either a sandwich or salad, a bag of crisps and beverage which you mix and match based on your preferences. All this for £3 ...
... Ben Nevis Lunch in Fort William, a pretty little town on Loch Lochy, bought a bottle of Stroma Glencoe - stunning mountain scenery, heard the story of the massacre of the MacDonalds by the Campbells after Glencoe the valley opened up Passes a ski resort with a chairlift up to the top, still quite a lot of snow on the top Trussochs National ...
... Museum. These are the areas of our half day tour of Glasgow.
SEP 17, Wed:GLASGOW is the chief port of Scotland, and one of the largest in the world. * I had always had the impression that Singapore held that title of largest port. Scotland is actually smaller than Iceland, ...
... which officially broke the record! The rules stipulated that they had to do the kicking out, so there was a constant rhythm of right... left... right... left... This was interspersed with "Don't let go.... Don't let go.... Don't let go...." because the instant the line was broken they had to start again. Was a lot of fun to watch. We were also hoping to visit a museum called the People's Palace which everyone has recommended and depicts ...