Seton Guest House
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... later. I had Ross to myself for a couple of days, so we spent our first day in Glasgow. We checked out the Art Gallery and Museum, listened to the organ and saw many works by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (I would later get to see the House for an Art Lover designed completely by Mackintosh), headed to the University of Glasgow (which Ross attended and looked like something straight out of Harry Potter). We explored downtown Glasgow - which included one of ...
... grand hotel 20 years ago in Preswick…but with no renovations it was lacking a few essentials for the 21st century like wi fi! With nothing to do there as where wasn’t any shops or anything within walking distance we watched Titanic on tv and made 2 minute noodles in coffee mugs in our room. Eventually we tried to sleep over the sound of the soccer world cup game excitement happening downstairs at the bar.
Aussies over and out xx
... depot! After they picked us up there were hugs all round and lots of excitement for the big day coming up. Karen took us to our hotel and also gave me all my camera gear that I would need for the wedding. Once we had checked in we were a bit tired from all the traveling so we went to the local pub to grab a meal. I was quite amused by the fact that they had tv’s at every table! I also enjoyed my first cider in a long time, and my god did it taste great!
... something nice to drink as well as that wonderful amber drop that is Scotland's national drink - Irn Bru. Sorry it's hard to describe - orange, fizzy, full of iron (lol) and a uinque taste.
A good night was had by all and we can't wait for more.
Well that's it from me tonight. It's late and i'm tired and I do promise to upload pictures tomorrow. I'll also try to stay up to date with my posts. Nite all.
... Rich Tea biscuit and a cup of coffee before Structures devour the lot. As ever, I am too late and go to sit consolingly with the rest of the stubby-legged slow runners. Our daily crisis is somehow overlooked by the Project Team who are, at this precise second, emitting sickening roars of laughter between vigorous chomps of their “Deliciously Different Black Forest Cookies”. Behind them, ...