Woodside Of Glasslaw Guest House
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... RGU business school who were shopping for Halloween costumes. We chatted for a bit as I helped them try to come up with ideas for costumes.
I then wandered further down the Shopping Centre, and walked past a men's clothing store called Officer's Club and decided to give it a try. I got luck they had pretty much exactly what I needed. I had a hard time desciding between a couple of the items, but finally settled with the help of a store associate by the name of Holly. ...
... lecturer told us to brainstorm with no judgment, its about quantity at this stage not quality, and I don't see them coming up with new ideas. Anyway that's may rant for the post. On a more practical note, just about anything you can imagine has already been invented. But a brilliant idea will some up soon, I hope.
Then I had my Work and Organisational Behaviour lecture, where covered the riveting topic CV's with an equally interested audience. It was ...
... More than anything though I really wanted to just trust her judgment since she worked with the hotel so much and knew the rooms as well as what would be in season, so ultimately I left the flowers completely up to her. That was of course nerve wracking but also a little liberating since it was one less thing to try and work out while we were on the road. Let me tell you, I was completely blown away when I saw the beautiful flowers. No words can describe how perfect the flowers ...
... of new spirit every day; produced in small batches by a team of just six distillers. The tour was fascinating and I may even be converted after sampling a wee dram – and being shown how to taste it properly by Glen Garioch’s expert team. If whisky is your thing, there are a number of trails that you can follow across the north of Scotland. Or why not attend one of the many whisky festivals in the region? And if you’re willing to travel a ...
... we had dinner at the historic Tollbooth Restaurant here. By the harbour, it has a mainly seafood menu. I had mussells for an entree and we both had scallops for a main dish. The food was very fresh and tasty. We have found the seafood here very good.
Tomorrow to Inverness.