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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Heritage Hotel Glasgow
From the outside it doesn't look like much but the room we had was clean and huge. Lots of room and a great location.
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... of the very difficult songs of "Come on you boys in Green", "Ireland", and "Aiden McGeady" (one Scot slagged Chris, saying "for a country of poets, you sure have **** chants".) I also learned "Fields of Athenry" (which actually has more than six words) which was a great experience. Though I'm not an Irish citizen, I was certainly Irish for that game.
After a disappointing 1-0 loss, the fans continued to sing, stuck in the ...
... Maddie H, performed a fun tenor drum bit with some of her school friends that featured some pop music and some traditional. It was very popular and she won the tenor division.
The overall winner was snare drummer from Ireland who was breathtakingly great. I think his name was Gareth McLees. I am sure there will be video on line at some point.
A very entertaining afternoon. It was hosted by a world champion tenor drummer Tyler Fry. He has been ...
... Well, it was completely on the recommendation of our son Elliott who "accidentally" visited Iceland for four days during an extensive overseas trip last year. He was taken by the sheer beauty and natural attractions of the place and said that he would have stayed much longer if his itinerary had permitted.
We were picked up by a pre-arranged taxi as part of our tour arrangements and travelled from the airport at Keflavik to and our hotel ...
... and furniture around the country, was himself a student at the school. There he met his wife, Margaret MacDonald, with whom he would collaborate on several works. A true gentleman, Mackintosh always held his wife's work in high regard, often saying that while he was merely talented, she was a visionary. The building itself seems like a dreamscape. The revolutionary architectural design, for example the top floor designed to look like a basement, or the stone staircase reminiscent ...
... through the country side until we reached the lakes district where we stopped at windermere for a nice English pub lunch of roasts and pies and tea. After lunch we took the ferry over the lake to 'Hill Top', Beatrix Potters’ house where we went and looked inside where it was left as she had lived in it, and we also wandered the garden where there ...