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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... School of Art which had one of the buildings designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Unfortunately a fire earlier this year meant we weren't able to tour the building. We visited the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery which has a varied collection of artwork and natural history section. Of particular interest was artwork by Scottish painters and the gallery on work of Mackintosh. We also visited ...
... as we sat on the edge of our seats with our hearts in our mouths or any other analogy that explains anticipation. England protested the corner, calling for a video referral, putting us further on the edge of our seats. The appeal was rejected, we were to take the corner again, with 24 seconds on the clock. Jodie Kenny managed to flick the ball in to equal the score with just 16 seconds remaining, causing a penalty shootout for a result. Talk about a nail biter...... ...
... if he had an EP out (which he didn’t *sad face*) and then asked where I could find out when he does have one.
This guy was my age, English and very interesting to talk to.
He be named Barney.
We talked about various things and then he mentioned papercup.
If you just went ‘huh?’ you have the exact reaction I did. I looked so confused until he said it was a coffee shop that did really good coffee.
I have ...
... the second floor of the building and it was jammed pack full of all kinds of people. I think Matt, his friend, and I were the youngest people there. They played music from the 60s, mostly MoTown, and I loved it! I ,however, did not love the expensive alcohol.
Despite the pricey drinks, I had a great time! It was nice to see another part of Glasgow.
The next day Matt and I trekked across the entire city in order to go see Glasgow University. I was told it ...
... and of the trolls under the bridges in the highlands...it all makes me want to curl up by a fire and listen like a little child. Something very important that I learned: Scottish whisky is spelled "Whisky", not "Whiskey" (no e!!) So it comes from the Gaelic word "usquebaugh", meaning "Water of Life". Bless. So "Usque" (or I've seen "Usquie" "Usigue") when you say it sounds like a cross between "usky" and "oosky"...so apparently it just morphed into "whisky". And the distilleries ...