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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 900 year battle for a sovereign Scotland. There's all that north sea oil to help fund an independent nation.
Last years' referendum on independence was a battle royal. Despite losing the vote 55 %-45% the tide towards national pride and resistance to British austerity measures is rising rapidly. The Scottish National Party has tripled in size in a year while the Scottish wing of the Labor party which opposed independence has nearly collapsed. As one ...
After a very long drive from Colywn bay to Glasgow we made it without to much trouble seeing a couple of Castles on the way after checking in we headed out for tea were Heinz tried his first hagas meal think it surprised him then off for a walk to the river were we found a ...
... good, and I even helped his parents entertain him! They were flying from Australia back to Dublin to introduce Adian to their families… The flight was good and I managed to sleep for a solid 6 hours so I was happy! Got off at Dubai to change planes and had about 1 1/2 hour stopover. Going through customs there was much better until they lost my passport! I kept asking for my Passport as was with the boarding ...
... believe the "study" aspect of my study abroad experience is being satisfied by the fact that I am learning, and learning a lot. Whether that means I'm learning a new form of English from my Maths class or how the Yellowhammer bird is affected by mono-culture farming in my biology class, or maybe I'm learning about Scottish culture from a weekend trip around the country. Neither physical nor mental stagnancy is much of a problem.
... it cost only $69 - which I felt was a fair deal. The only problem with these cruise optional tours are that they load their bus full with 50+ passengers. Otherwise, it was a worthwhile tour of Glasgow.
Cathedral St Mungo:
The first stone was dedicated by King David I in ...