The Georgian House
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... only about an hour-long trip. At this point, we were both feeling pretty wiped out and disgusting, so we wasted no time in getting to our hotel (the Premier Inn in George Square) and into the shower to wash off the travel grime. Afterward, we headed out to explore Glasgow a bit and find some dinner. We ended up at 13th Note, this awesome music venue and vegetarian cafe. We each ordered the "vegetarian haggis, neeps and tatties," ...
... As neither of us have our cell phones working while on our trip, we had agreed on a meeting place and time in the station - a difficult thing when neither of us have been to the train station before. We were pretty sure we would be fine, but I was getting a bit nervous when 9:00 rolled around, and I still hadn't found Jenn. I decided to move a bit further into the train station, and after a couple of minutes of staring at a girl's back, I realized ...
... much to our delight that it is a beautiful town with a rich history. Our hotel was called the Buckingham Hotel and was obviously owned by a movie buff as all the walls were covered in posters from hundreds of movies. Our room was adorned with 8 posters of Jack Nicholson and the walls of the corridor outside our room had posters of different movies stars all holding guns. We wandered around the corridors trying to name all the stars we were surrounded by. Buxton is ...
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 ...
... with me. A man that had been there reading a local paper, smiled at Carmen and went over to the bartender. He returned with 2 pints, one for Carmen and one for me. This apparently is common in Scotland. After the shock of such a kind gesture we thanked him and started chatting with this lovely man. His name was Brian McAloon. A short time later his wife Eileen arrived, ...