Merchant City Inn
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... Jimmy were very happy to see us. They live in a very small apartment in a gated community. Jimmy is having some health issues and Nanny thinks he may be having some heart issues as his legs are swollen and he is having difficulty breathing but he made us feel so welcome. Helen was very excited to see us and repeated herself a wee bit but she is so happy. Must admit by the time we left I was a bit tired of answering the same questions and ...
... wont fit our bikinis soon!
We decided to do our own pub crawl and found a pub a few blocks away which looked fun….it wasn’t long until we found some friends, a few guys who were from England and Poland. We hit a language barrier again with the polish but managed to get by. After a few laughs we ventured to the Walkabout bar….the boys through it was strange that we were from Australia, in a different country but still wanted to go ...
... that I absolutely loved though it was just a room full of cardboard buildings. They were only small but there was a variety of types from houses, castles, cathedrals to other types of buildings. It just made me want to go home and make some myself! We walked around George square which had a number of monuments including a statue of James watt who invented the light bulb. We noticed there were a lot of ...
... I am however still allowed to use Facebook, Skype, and websites needed for school assignments. The time I save by doing this I am going to use to have quiet time and to of course do school assignments! I am looking forward to how this is going to change me! I will keep you up to date with it! And I am keeping up the good spirit!
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... be something to see.
I also visited a nearby tenement house museum. Here was one answer to where large families slept. There were double bed sized sleeping platforms in a recess in the kitchen and behind a door (apparently later illegal as there were no handles on the inside - one way to keep the kids in bed) in a living room. While there I joined the National Trust, as it will save quite ...