The Willow Guest House
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... also known as Cathedral St Mungo. We were able to go inside for about 15 minutes, and to visit St Mungo's tomb in the cellar. We were also able to visit the St Mungo Religious Museum about 50 meters from the church. Our bus then drove through High Street, the oldest street in ...
... Got a map from reception and went for a walk around the local area. There weren't as many people around as I would've thought until I turned on to Sauchiehall Street and came face to face with the crowd. All good, I walked up to Marks & Spencers and brought some coffe and a couple of snacks. I didn't really feel like dinner as my stomach was still not feeling so well after the plane trips.
... We hobbled out and hobbled onto the train, and went over to where the West End Festival was going on. They had the big parade today.
Now, I have this thing where whenever I take someone somewhere I feel it is my responsibility if someone doesn’t have fun. Not the healthiest habit in the world, but never-the-less, it happened again today.
I was so hoping that Anne would actually enjoy the festival, and not just act happy because of me.
Describe the incident.
KAT: That ***** called me up to her office and I was so bored and I was like get me out of here right now yeah like uhmmmmmmm... NATO: I've got maths next and I have to write that stupid report.
How did you feel?
KAT: ****** off.
... He was a Campbell...that is a long, violent story!!) And we stopped at Castle Stalker...a wee ruin out on a little island. Very cute!! We had a little walk through the old slate quarry and stopped in at Glencoe, scene of the long, violent story of the Campbell's. Winding back through the highlands along the many lochs and by the many castles and ruins, you can't help but become enamoured with the history, and a little romantic about the folklore. Stories of the fairies on Isle ...