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... with the city. Of coarse, James Watts is one of most famous for inventing the steam engine that had commercial value. We then were taken to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum which has a collection of British and continental paintings. Our guide took us to look at Macintosh's works. He ...
We had packed up our room On that Saturday morn Now two homeless bees Joined the Glasgow games swarm The Commonwealth games Were fully in force We were making this trip For the Sevens, of course Subways and trains Were a tight squeeze for all And the queues just to board Stretched an hour by the wall To get into venues There were always long waits With airport like checks And metal detect gates We sat at the top Of the ...
... stall, Anne said ‘if it weren’t for you, I would have missed that wonderful parade’.
Thankyou for making me feel more secure about my choice of things to do!
We went and watched a circus guy then, one of the best street performers I have ever seen. I went and talked to him afterwards, and only then did I get a real grasp of what being a street performer was like.
In his words: “If I don’t ...
Over the weekend I flew up to Glasgow Scotland to see one of my very best friends. He, myself, and another girl from his school in Scotland are planning on travelling around Europe for our Spring breaks. Matt and I go to the same college, UNCG, back in the states and Emma is from Australia.
Before we all headed out for our European adventure, Matt was going to show me around the sites in Glasgow. I had no idea Glasgow was a city. I was expecting pastures, ...
From the Lake District of England we slogged through about 6 hours of driving to get to Edinburgh, with me torturing the cupcake with my Scottish brogue for the last 2 hours. We were done with those namby pamby English and were ready to see some tough, Mel-Gibson-like, hard-drinking men in skirts. Also high on the list of things to check off was to wallow in some serious haggis.
The first stop was Edinburgh. Our hostel stood at the foot of the castle. Again, the ...