Travelodge Glasgow Paisley Road Hotel
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Started today in Edinburgh, now we're in Glasgow (I tried to turn that into a Drake reference. I don't think it worked). Short drive. We're here today to check out the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, which I'll be auditioning for in a couple of weeks. Turns out Glasgow has a whole butt ton of colleges in it. That gives the city a different feel than Edinburgh and London. It actually feels kind of like a bigger, prettier version of Minneapolis around the ...
... of the very difficult songs of "Come on you boys in Green", "Ireland", and "Aiden McGeady" (one Scot slagged Chris, saying "for a country of poets, you sure have **** chants".) I also learned "Fields of Athenry" (which actually has more than six words) which was a great experience. Though I'm not an Irish citizen, I was certainly Irish for that game.
After a disappointing 1-0 loss, the fans continued to sing, stuck in the ...
... People's Palace. Carolyn had told us that the Bagpipe Competition was happening at the Green this weekend. It was so crowded there were hundreds and hundreds of people playing bagpipes, playing drums and wearing kilts. The noise was overwhelming but good. Nanny asked me if hearing the bagpipes stirred my Scottish blood I am not really sure what that means but I liked it. Jacob would have been quite at home and I thought he would have really liked it.
The People's Palace is ...
... my case, a car ride to the station, a train from Wishaw to Carluke and a taxi to the B&B. I am here. I have an interesting black and white decor in my attic room, and a lovely en suite complete with bathrobe, table and chair.
Murdo and Mary McLeod are very hospitable. She asked if I wanted a cup of tea. Yes, she had decaf, then a few minutes later I had my coffee with warm croissants and jam. She also said she would give me a lift if I needed ...
... though, who actually strolls around their hotel room, or gets out of bed, or can deny wishing they could sit down while showering? Not us!
Hong Kong eased us into Asia; the towering skyscrapers and the neon lights contrasted with the omnipresent food vendors and rapid Asian patter. We weaned ourselves off of burgers and steaks and bacon and eggs, with noodles and um, more noodles, and soups with noodles in them. A sight to behold, yes, but Hong Kong does not leave ...