Premier Inn Ayr/Prestwick Airport
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Meal plan
- Free parking
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... At 1pm, we congregated at the Lord Todd Bar on the campus of Strathclyde University. We were there for an event called Drumming for Drinks. This is my first time I have attended this event, which is run in the lead up to the world championships. It is basically a raucous and loud event where drummers get to break loose and go crazy with tricks and so on. It relies heavily on crowd participation egging them on.
One of our group ( a young lassie from the Scots ...
... silly kids movies Polly, Becca and I took the wee dog (bella) out for a walk. Bella is adorable but made of fluff and enthusiasm. Amy was out for the count on the couch.
Bella does this great thing when she plays fetch. She runs waaay past the ball, if not over it and then realises and has to turn back for it. As if she's way too enthusiastic to catch it, that she forgets how. We river-walked down while she splashed in the water, ...
... proud of actually, but there's a lot more to this trip for me. It's a sabbatical in some ways and an opportunity for me to experience as many things as I can in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico. I'm not going away to 'find myself'. Don't worry. I'll try to update this blog as much as I can. There may be the odd omission or exaggerated anecdote. I may even tell blatant lies! You'll just have to trust me won't ...
... quelques endroits sympas.
Le pub à côté du jardin botanique est une église réhabilitée. A l'intérieur de Orran Morr, c'est un peu comme le Central, à cause du bar carré qui se tient au milieu. Avec Alex; on a été au jardin botanique et c'est la première fois que je voyais autant de plantes poilues! Ou peut-être qu'avant je ne faisais pas attention. Le soir j'ai retrouvé tous les gens du labo au restaurant; Jamie's ...
... for other uses such as the Scienceworks, stadiums, music theatres whilst one shipyard continues to build ships today.
Whilst on the tour we saw two of Glasgow's three universities and I was surprised when they mentioned 40,000 students attend these three learning institutions as I would have expected much larger numbers in this size city. The Glasgow University sat on a hill overlooking the city and was architecturally amazing. This was ...