The Heritage Hotel
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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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... however i still get to see some very pretty sights. Alison's friend, Anne live in a 400 year old cottage that she has spent the last 30 years slowing bringing it up to a liveable standard. Its is certainly not big, but she has done a neat job. We have some afternoon tea and cake before heading back to Glasgow via a different route to see more scenery. We drive past Lock Ard, a very pretty lake. The different shades of green ...
... time, so while I'm writing an essay about phytoremediation techniques or the principles of Buddhism, my neighbor might be extrapolating economical data or translating a foreign language.
Another fun difference: because "supervisor" must appear as too friendly of a word, there is a team of "invigilators" that keep us all in line. Clear water bottles with no wrapping, student ID and attendance verification in the left corner of your desk, no talking, eating ...
... sat at long tables, beautifully set, barley and vege soup, roast lamb with verges - interesting to see how the Americans ate, they sort of poked at it with a fork, like eating pasta!!, a dessert of cream, oats, liqueur and raspberries followed.
After dinner we went to another building for a wee dram and coffee, Ferguson let his beautiful dogs out to meet us.
Back to the Raddison, a ...
... and do some exploring. But a car is a must. Another night in Fort augustus, we drank the local beer, dressed up in tartan dresses and laughed the night away with my new found friends. On the way home we stopped by culloden, where a war between the scots and brits had occured. This solemn site is home to mass graves and for me was quite an emotional experience. Both sides could have encompassed brothers from the same familly. They were forced to battle against each other. ...
... fully equipped with lion-guarded stone buildings, Olympic rings and a copious amount of statues (including Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott and a sprightly Victoria on horseback).
From George Square we ploughed through the ever-thinning streets to the Glasgow Cathedral. I was very unimpressed until I realized I was staring at the moratorium instead - I turned around and walked through some trees to see the ...