Glasgow Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... on to ships to Canada (Nova Scotia is New Scotland), the U.S. or to one of the colonies of the booming British Empire. In the southern lowlands of Scotland there arose a layer who hitched their horses to the empire and the burgeoning industrial revolution getting rich in the process. Adam Smith was a Scot and so was James Watt.
Marx once said "The dead weight of history weighs like a nightmare on the brain of the living ". A local writer ...
... was time to board my flight - and onto Sydney. The flight was great and I sat near a lovely Indian gentleman who told me about his three ex-wives and children in Tahiti. Once I got to sydney.. talk about overkill… Customs made me take off my shoes and jewellery and to add insult to injury they then wanted to check my duty free bag, that had been especially packed by NZ duty free… Australian customs decided they need to REPACK ...
... surprise to me when I showed up for my first workshop expecting group collaboration and problem solving, and I found a test worth 20% of my grade. I definitely revised (meaning studied) more for the next one.
I wouldn't say school is necessarily harder or easier here than it is for me in the states, just different. You are much more responsible to learn on your own here, hence the long extra hours in the tutoring center. I ...
... 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 ...
Onto Scotland and after a month of America, it is a beautiful country reminds me of home with the countryside (definitely a country kid at heart).
Commonwealth Games opening Ceremony was incredible what a once in a lifetime experience.
The atmosphere for the games is really good to people are so approachable and friendly.
Staying in a dodgy hostel for the first two nights I literally think it was an ...