Travelodge Glasgow Central
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... br> I got to the airport safely, and began to follow the instructions I had prepared for myself. But nothing looked right. I was supposed to take a bus to the train station, but I couldn't find the bus number, and the stop was called a platform, instead of a stance, among other small details that were different.
So I decided, VERY last minute, to jump on a train to Glasgow central.
I was at the platform, and couldn't decide whether to get on or not. And as ...
... Glasgow which also has a lovely warm indoor garden with a café. Part way through lunch Meg and Harris had to unexpectedly leave as Jarrod's mum Lily had arrived at the airport a day earlier than expected. I stayed on and explored the museum. It was quite an interesting museum and I enjoyed being able to see how people had been living for the last hundred years, or so. Particularly the recreation of the single end apartment which was smaller than my parents ...
... do. First job was to get them pronouncing and reading the words which Naomi did with the greatest patience and repetition. Next we taught them to sing it in time by which time it would be screamed at us as loud as possible so we had to teach them that tune is more important than volume which took some time but in the end we had the older ones singing ‘You Raise Me Up’ better than Westlife! For the younger ones we taught ‘Our God is a great big ...
... in the main body of the church seems rather incongruous, little atmosphere at all, but you can still look in awe at the soaring stone arches and appreciate the very intricate stained glass windows - not original. Down in the lower church it was different. It was still light and obviously well used with chairs clustered in some spaces. People were around and guides led small groups, but this was not right for me. I ...
... a kilt, getting their photos taken.
Somehow we managed to find our way back to Seoras' flat on the city bus. Then Flora took us to the Teacher's College that Donna attended when she was 18-21 years old. What a trip down memory lane for her!
I just told Donna how I had only clicked save draft and not publish last night and she said, from now on my good night to you will also include a 'have you published?'