The Pipers' Tryst Hotel
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... for about three years. We will be with him for the next three days.. He is having a three week holiday in the States driving American cars and visiting car shows. It rained a bit today but not cold.
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... or tutorials usually rounded off a pretty good study session on a train, plane or automobile.
And that independent form of study was definitely the necessary style of learning here. Not that it is bad, simply a different dynamic in classes of 200 people. I don't think any of my professors would know who I am beyond my identity as 2174447 for which they might categorize my grades and identify my email correspondence. Overall, despite some engaging ...
... Ness and, obviously, not a monster to be seen. A beautiful, stunning day though, and the water was as calm as a millpond when we first started, got a bit choppier a bit further on. We stopped at a wee place called Fort William for lunch (our coach driver said he is up this way all the way the time and has only seen it fine on 4 days in the last year - five now!!) and then continued on past Loch Lomond and on to Stirling. Our hotel in Stirling ...
... trees, fish and bells. He is the patron saint of Glasgow and those accused of infidelity. Hmmm.
From the Cathedral we drove through the Merchant's City to the People's Palace - a communist-sounding brick of a building near a beautiful fountain by the river. The museum is free, quite notably, but the real feature are the Winter Gardens reached by walking through the Palace into a large greenhouse in the ...
... 8211; though the hostel itself was very well run and professionally setup.
We head out for a curry – believe or not, a Glasgow institution – challenging London’s claim to Indian cuisine, and are rewarded with finding an excellent Southern Indian restaurant. Different style of food and prepared to a high standard – Glasgow curry can hold its head high !
Off to Stirling the next day, to visit the Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle. Here begins ...