Why yes, fortunately I did. I even spent time (that I can only just remember, being so very young) with a great-grandparent!
I usually spent about 3 weeks of the summer holidays with my Mother's parents (In Ireland) and the remaining holiday with my Father's parents (in England) "Down the caravan".
I think my Father's parents got the better end of the deal, when we were young, as we still lived in England & spent most weekends down at the caravan site - so they got to see us a lot more than their counterparts.
After moving to Ireland, the 'better end of the deal' was passed over to my Mother's parents.
Unfortunately I only have one grandparent still around, having lost the other three in the past few years. As sad as that is I am forever grateful & realise how blessed I was, and still am, to have had grandparents that I truly knew. I realise a lot of people missed out on this experience & only hope that their relationships with other family members are/were enriched and happy!
Might I take this opportunity, since the subject was brought up, to send all my love to my Nan (living... Even though she'll hardly see this!), also to my Granny, Granda & Pops... who might just see this or at least be aware of it, if what most of us hope happens after death, happens.
Thoughts also, to those of you who never knew your grandparents or who did and miss them as much as I miss mine.
Ok - back to randomness, huh...
In five words - describe, as best you can, your usual hairstyle!