Priestville Guest House
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... role in how history is presented in the museum.
I think Scotland and the Scottish people have a lot to be
proud of in their history and culture, but I’m quite surprised by the extent of
Scottish nationalism I’ve been finding on display since I arrived. I’ve always
viewed Scots as having a different cultural and historical identity from the
English but also having a very strong sense of shared Britishness with the rest
... North Studios building. They have developed every Grand Theft Auto since 2001, I think, so it was holy ground for me.
Still trying to gather courage to talk up a local. Some lady said "pssst!" really loud as I was walking by her, but I said "no thanks", as I think she was trying to sell me drugs. Not sure if that counts as mixing it up with the local Scots but I'm gonna count it anyways.
... through the 5 different loch levels just so they could go between the Loch and the river. Dad Davidson we believe could have stayed there watching them all day! We got back to camp at 6:30 and did a quick shower and change and headed up to Tulloch Castle. This used to be Clan Davidson's Castle back in the day I had found it when I was looking for some Clan stuff to find while Dad Davidson was over. It is currently a hotel and has it's own restaurant so we had booked in to have ...
Well my day started at about 5am as I readied myself for our marathon.
I got myself up and showered to allow Mickey and Steve bathroom time. Separately of course. The other thought is just way to horrible to contemplate.
Anyways the Chaperones did an amazing job of wrangling our cast and had everyone down at C Venues at 6:30am. We were allowed into our theatre at 7am and it was quite a bit larger. We were met by ...
Glasgow 2 hungry squirrels to feed this morning. Walked to Waverly and caught the train to Glasgow. Travelled with a number of football fans, those in orange supporting Dundee United, those in blue supporting St. Johnstone. All good natured towards each other. Weather deteriorated as we headed west. Hopped straight on the double decker bus outside the Queen Street station. Free headsets and running commentary from Neil Oliver, which was interesting. Got off at the 2nd stop, with the ...