Seton Guest House
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Then came the question of the car. After a quick search of all 1 litre cars available (that is the rules of the rally except under special circumstances which we will cover later) we narrowed it down to a Toyota Yaris, a ...
... memorable parts and a reason I have fallen in love with Glaswegians - the Wellington Statue. It is not so much the statue itself as the iconic traffic cone found on his head. Every week a drunken Glaswegian climbs up and puts a traffic cone on his head. This is frowned upon by the police and city council, and there was talk of raising the statue higher to dissuade this practice. This action was halted due to a huge uproar by the local population. ...
... look off.
Anyway we quickly got out of there only to run into an amazing looking salon within less that 10 seconds out the door & around the corner. Dark. So dark.
The night went off without a hitch! First and probably (due to lack of time) last night out ing Glasgow. The next morning we all headed out for brunch where I has a near perfect eggs bene. Success.
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to those who are fed
God bless to us our bread.
The Iona Community, our reason for being in Glasgow, was founded in 1938 by George MacLeod [edit: thanks for the correction, Barry; Peter Macdonald was the minister we met who currently oversees Iona], who saw how alienated the poor working class was from the life of the church -- and how foreign was that working class to regular ...
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