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... and art galleries, still buzzing from The Games, was fantastic!
Did I mention that aside from the delicious four course meal which Cherry pulled together on our first night, Ramo walked away with individually prepared chicken stuffed with haggis treats for dinner? That girl is all over it!!!!! Oh! And we have a bag of Gordon’s home grown potatoes too.
Thank you Cherry and Gordon!
... 3:00 I was able to finally hit the sack until the alarm went off. When I awoke I took a shower, and got dressed for the welcome reception and dinner at 6:30. We got our free glass of wine and sat with Butch and Linda for the reception. Our guide did not do an orientation , which we thought was unusual, but we have never used Globus before, so... Our guide announced dinner and we sat across from each Butch and Linda at dinner, ...
... to hear their style of music. As they were packing up, they said ‘B had left his capo and jacket behind’.
I overheard and just went ‘Barney?’
Yes they said.
And the look on their faces was great when I said, ‘Yeah, if I take them, I will give them to him when I see him tomorrow’ Hahahahahaha.
After a wonderful day, I went back to my hostel and crashed out.
But it was a bloody wonderful day!
... much older campus than Strathclyde, where Matt goes, and that it was beautiful. After about an hour of walking, I got to see the campus, and boy was it gorgeous.
The buildings were tall and definitely old. They had huge windows and beautiful architecture. It sat on top of a hill and you could see the tops of the buildings just above the trees as you were approaching it from far away.
After exploring that side of Glasgow, we headed back to ...
... especially 'child friendly' and we could picture school groups having a wonderful excursion. On the pavement out the front they were trying to break the Guinness Record for the longest time for a conga line on roller skates/blades. Both Dad and Wendy thought they heard that there were 508 people in the conga line, but I don't think there were that many, perhaps 200+. Took them hours and hours to get to the record attempt, but finally they managed it - ...