Old Racecourse Hotel
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... much older campus than Strathclyde, where Matt goes, and that it was beautiful. After about an hour of walking, I got to see the campus, and boy was it gorgeous.
The buildings were tall and definitely old. They had huge windows and beautiful architecture. It sat on top of a hill and you could see the tops of the buildings just above the trees as you were approaching it from far away.
After exploring that side of Glasgow, we headed back to ...
London and Halloween...
This is a wonderful podcast on the origins of Halloween and its beginnings in Celtic England, it's short and quite entertaining:
The British History Podcast - Halloween Special!
Nice Website with some of ...
... headed down to Briggadoon, a beautiful little river and bridge, overlooking some gardens. We walked back along the road to the Burns cottage and took our typical tourists shots outside. The day was getting on, and we had offered to make tea for everyone, so we packed back into the car and headed for a supermarket near Clarkston. Robert and Lawrence were both out at the gym/yoga tonight so we ate dinner before they got home, then enjoyed a lazy night on the couch. The boys ate ...
... like me getting out of the UK!
That is apart from a bunch of yobbos whose children looked no older than five who were guzzling copious amounts of Coke and massive bags of Haribo Starmix. I sincerely did not want to be stuck next to them, especially admist the throes of their inevitable catastrophic sugar crash. Thankfully, it turned out I'd booked a really good seat in a two seater far away from the plebs...that is until an air hostess with an ...
... in Fort William. We arrived in Ayr decided to hit the beach for dinner and sunset.
Easing on the esplanade, with the throngs of locals that had taking to the seaside enjoying the hot weather. After we took a drive up the coast to Culzean Castle as the sun set.