The Georgian House
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... time. The construction is very solid and you could picture yourself living here even today. Each bedroom had it's own private lavatory, which was unheard of in those times. Unfortunately, the most famous of the residence was Sir Patrick Maxwell. He apparently spent his life beating his wife, arguing with neighbours, killing a few of them here and there. He basically got away with it because of his friendship with King James VI. The house itself though has a commanding view of ...
... nice old building that was made especially for the people. Inside are lots of photos and displays showing how the people of Glasgow used to live. It showed there was a lot of poverty, health and alcohol issues.
We then met Grandy's cosins for lunch. Gayle bought her 3 year old daughter, Alice who was very cute. Gayle's brother John was really nice and her mother Sandra seemed nice too. It was fun listening to some of the stories they told. We will be seeing them again tomorrow ...
... it! News travels really fast. Now I'm getting all these girls wanting to come to my cabin and feel my blanket. I’m telling you, this thing is a big chick magnet!
Hanna went on her own but Sarah and I went to the Kelvingrove museum, which has very similar architecture to the reddish Smithsonian castle on the Washington D.C. mall. All of the museums in Glasgow are free, which is astonishing! They didn’t even have any ...
... the last train back to Edinburgh. Booo
We all perhaps except Diana, had high hopes of carrying on the night once we got back but with the hour long trip we one by one slowly dwindled and changed our minds with Victoria being the only keen trouper to continue.
I am now glad I was a nana and went home seeing as packing for a month long holiday (mission) and then catching a flight to Bristol were on the agenda for the next day.
... labneh ball, halloumi cheese, chick peas, balila and olives. It was refreshing, filling and delicious! Leonie and I decided that since we were tired, in need of a shower and sleep - what would it hurt if we had a Gin and Tonic! Leonie asked the Hostie when they would come with the drinks trolly. The beautiful hostess with the poetic Scottish accent said "oh in a couple of hours" ....... So Leonie ordered a couple of Gin and Tonics until then, ...