Number 10 Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Presbyterian so for me there’s something
vaguely familiar about going into a Presbyterian Church, even one like Glasgow
Cathedral that’s very Gothic and very large. Maybe it’s something about the way
it smells (I smell Presbyterians!) or the way it’s setup or the bulletins on
the boards. Setting foot in a Presbyterian Church again reminded me of Bryn
Mawr Presbyterian ...
... the 'No' campaign was well ahead in the polls, but recently it has been neck and neck, and the public debate has escalated from passion through hysteria to abuse on both sides. I tried watching the big televised events, but their information content was nil: the aim appeared to be for each speaker to goad the other into making some stupid remark, and this was reported in the media as 'winning the debate'. Medieval trial by combat comes to mind. Last night on the way home I ...
... 6 months old and now he'll very very shortly be 6 years old. They picked me up and we had an excellent Bavarian meal in a pub that was previously a factory that made very fancy rugs that are still housed in some very impressive buildings around the world (forgive me as I've forgotten the exact buildings, but they're the fancy ones). After dinner it was back to the McGuire family home so the children could be put to bed and the catching up could continue, as well ...
... Who sells the best haggis? He pointed us in the direction for both and off we set!
Haggis is the local Scottish food made from all the undesirable parts of a sheep, boiled and mixed with oats and spices. We first tried it in Edinburgh. It was encased in pastry, sort of like a pie, and it was damn good! I'd waited until after I'd eaten it before I asked Dane what was in it. I'm not usually a fan of stuff like that but you've gotta give everything a go on a trip ...
A train ride of about 45 minutes took me to Glasgow, in the west of Scotland. Great service provided by Scotrail by the way. This shouldn't really come as a surprise but for Belgians it generally is, given the way public transport operates in Belgium.
Back to the order of the day though. The actual reason for my trip to Glasgow was Scothot 2013, Scotland's biggest 2B2 hospitality event.