Travelodge Glasgow Central
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... Art which was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh - we couldn't go in as it was damaged by fire in May & it is being worked on. Then lunch at Willow tea rooms also designed by Mackintosh. This afternoon we decided to go to see the Burrell collection so went to Central station to catch the train to it. After being helped to find the correct platforms by a kind station person we got on the train. As it was pulling out we became a little concerned as it ...
... was keen to march the band down to the next site, playing as they went. But apparently this cannot be done as some of the shop keepers COMPLAINED THAT THE SOUND OF PIPE BANDS WAS BOTHERING THEIR CUSTOMERS.
Yes, that's right, some shops on THE shopping mall of Glasgow in Scotland, doesn't want to hear a pipe band playing out front. A singularly stupid thing in my mind as the crowds that gathered where we played would certainly make it worth your while. I ...
... The Burrell Collection was on the same piece of land which we could walk to from Pollock House. This was basically a large museum which housed one mans own collection of all sorts, anything from ancient Egyptian artefacts to the only remaining, intact petticoat from Mary Queen of Scott's. We could have spent hours here, but we had to be at the games for midday. The games were held in a tiny rugby pitch in a small village outside ...
... architectural area which included the tin version of the opera house type building, a big spike, a big semicircular mirror building, a shiny egg shaped building and the makings of a big circular entertainment centre.
It was then time for dinner so we headed to a lively pub where we got some nice hearty Scottish pub food before heading back for a nice ...
... let us come in and get some tea and coffee to take out. Everyone here has such wonderful accents! Yes, Sang, I am listening carefully!
As we drove along the backroads we met Hamish, the Highland Cow. Wow, those animals are so big and hairy and even Mrs. Hamish had those huge wide horns! Speaking of animals,Donna says the highlight of her day was first hearing and then seeing a woodpecker, right in the tree outside Seras' window.