Hotel Kylestrome Bar & Grill
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... second big experience was the food items. Some food, for example cherries, peaches, mushrooms and bread, were a lot cheaper than in New Zealand (a big container of cherries cost one pound!) other foods seemed to be quite a lot more, so we needed to watch and take extra time to look for the more budget friendly foods and alternatives. All the cheeses were Yorkshire types or smoked and aged cheddars. I wanted to make a Greek salad so looked everywhere for feta, and finally stumbled ...
... first realizes his wizard powers when talking with a boa constrictor, filmed at the London Zoo's Reptile House in Regent's Park (Tube: Great Portland Street). Harry soon gets invited to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where he'll learn the magical skills he'll need to eventually confront his parents' murderer, Lord Voldemort.
Big Ben ...
... and as we got into Glasgow on the A8, the traffic built up, and it was grey and miserable looking. I have not been in a city for ages, and I don’t really like it much. From time to time the road crested, and we could see the city laid out below, with church spires looming through the drizzle. It was quite atmospheric, and I started to rather like this bleak city.
We arrived at the Glasgow Science Centre within its futuristic metal shell looking rather like a giant ...
Another day we spent in Glasgow, a city with many red brick buildings, a university, a wonderful museum and art gallery and many more sights worth seeing. The galleries in these cities are so amazing - we love what we have at home but here there are such marvellous ...
... met in the 'Hat, and lived there all the rest of their days; two Scottish immigrants brought to Canada in their teens, to make a better life for themselves than they could have in The Old Country at the time. Grandpa was born in Stranraer, Scotland, and my dad always wanted to visit the birthplaces of his parents. He never made it here himself...so (((hug))) part of this journey is for you, Da. (love the Scottish/Irish version of ...