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... of our second case. Geoff was remarkably calm. We booked in & went up to our room & there were people already in it. We were shocked & so was the young woman! When I saw her later & apologised again she explained she was upset because she is Muslim & we had seen her with her hair uncovered but she knew it wasn't our fault & that we were shocked too. Geoff went & got another key & when we went to that room it was 2 feet from ...
... sing along -Ceilidh - style, which was a fine idea, but the song they wanted us to sing along to was all in Gaelic. Not surprisingly, very few sang. Other than that though it was a really good show.
We boarded the bus back to Stirling, replete with a nice dinner and thoroughly entertained. Arriving for the first night in the new digs at a little after midnight.
Thursday was an early start as we were in to Glasgow to play as part of Piping ...
... racks. Made it to Glasgow and caught my bus to the airport hotel at the Buchanan Street Bus Station. I asked directions to the bus stop for the shuttle from a Scotrail employee and he was already walking that way so showed me the whole way, which was down a moving walkway, up an escalator, then round the opera house and voila! How nice ...
... exploring some of Glasgow's older sights. My first stop was the Glasgow Necropolis. The word Necropolis comes from Greek, and literally translates to city of the dead. The Glasgow Necropolis is an old, large and quite fancy graveyard, that stands on a hill overlooking the cities east end. A winding path takes you up the hill and past several gravestones, many of which date back hundreds of years. Of course the Necropolis is also a dog park, and many of these headstones ...
... the sheer longing I felt for the wide array of said suits. Unfortunately, they are quite bulky, and this would have taken up the entirety of my carry-on suitcase. (Curse you, Ryanair!)
I think we actually did end up spending quite a lot of time in there, because it was slightly after dinnertime by the time we got back. Lesley's parents had gone to visit Fiona, who had broken her ankle in a very serious-sounding manner. I did meet Lesley's two brothers, Stuart and Gordon, ...