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... to find a connection. No luck. The hotel did have a great buffet breakfast. There were a lot of deep fried breads, and everywhere in Scotland so far has had baked beans to add on top of everything. Pretty weird.
We took the train from Central Station to Edinburgh. We were in awe of the station. It was so unsuspecting sitting quietly above the streets of Galsgow. You arrive at the top of the stairs and there is ...
... particular ticket. The bus driver then continued his way and kept on looking for this ticket while driving. We ended up arriving at the bus stop where I needed to get off without the bus driver finding the ticket. I then got my wallet and said I would just pay for the normal ticket for the drive we just had. He then said: "Never mind, go run and get the Shuttle bus that stops just around the corner!" It saved me two pounds, YEAH. Lucky me! :) Happy as I already was, ...
... of the them. There is 500,000 people in Glasgow and it's the Capital of Scotland. It's an industrial city and an honest city as they acknowledged that they had a huge drug problem and did something about it whereas Edinburgh denied it had a problem and today it has the highest rate of HIV drug addicts. Glasgow cleaned all it's stone buildings and as a result when it rains the buildings turn green with fungus. On entrance to the city, Glasgow is an ugly city, cement and ...
My stay in Glasgow started with a roast dinner cooked by Ben and Forbes. Well, it was pointed to me that it technically was not a roast dinner as there were no roast potatoes, and only a roast chicken. Anyways, it was really good. We had cupcakes from Bibi's (St Andrews) for dinner as I figured they might miss them.
I went to see Richard and his new lab. Things haven't changed too much: the people are the same, only the place ...
... demolished in 1921. The 126 foot tall Steeple was where the public hangings of Glasgow used to occur, and is one of the few remaining medieval buildings in the city. It is located in what is known as Merchant City, and is part of the Glasgow Cross, which is the major junction in the city centre of Glasgow. Five streets run into this centre, and is also where St. John Ogilvie (1579-1615), the last post Reformation saint to be martyred here at Glasgow Cross on March ...
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