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... br> Anyway - enough of that - we have now moved out of there (I think they are about to knock it down too) and we have joined our colleagues at Alexander court, where we have much more room, views, but still three flights of stairs. But at least they are going up this time, rather than down in to the side of the hill.
So Wednesday morning we moved up to Alexander, then the band had a quick practice before heading in to Glasgow for a long day of ...
... amazing to live there. It felt like Hogwarts! Our Dean told Aaron and Thomas about a little “pub village” nearby. It was a cute little pedestrian cobblestone street lined with little pubs and restaurants that looked like tiny houses where the 7 dwarves would live. We had a pretty good dinner in one of them, where I tried a Reeses pieces martini…not bad!
Today was really interesting, though. I had a Field Lab for my ...
It was a short train ride and before we knew it (or I guess finished the movie Frozen) we were in Glasgow! Luckily it wasnt raining so we were able to find our hostel without too many difficulties, especially since it was so close to the train station. We spent the rest of the day walking around the main city centre of Glasgow.
Friday we were up early to catch our first day ...
"Here is the bird that never flew, here is the tree that never grew, here is the bell that never rang, here is the fish that never swam" - the four miracles of St. Mungo Hello my dear readers, and greetings from rainy old Scotland! After over a week exploring the wonders of the Emerald Aisles I'm back on the mainland, this time in the bustling metropolis of Glasgow. But before I talk about that, I should probably get you caught up! Friday was a day of farewells, as I bid aurevoir to ...
... to all of his guests, but it made me happy anyway. He said "Once the boys start joshing around with you, you know you're family." Be right back, I need to go mop the floor because my heart melted.
My flight back was mostly uneventful, but I did see two boys in the waiting room by the gate that had been on my flight out from Florence! I think they were there for a soccer tournament. Small world, right?
I didn't take enough pictures on this half of my trip.