The Fullarton Park Hotel
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... to learn more about the Scottish referendum. We ate a delicious lunch of tomato-basil soup, quiche, and finger sandwiches while listening to Ms. Dugdale’s views and peppering her with questions.
Now is a really interesting time to be here in Scotland because on September 18th they will vote on whether to secede from the UK or keep things the way they are. This is a huge deal right now and there is political ...
... art, as I seem to have taken an art tour of the town!
Mom and Claudia were off at their conference, and so once again I set off into the city to explore a bit of Glasgow. My first stop was Glasgow's Modern Art Gallery, which while small packs a big punch in terms of hard hitting content. The building itself is quite nice. It is an old neoclassical building, but with a ton of modern touches to the outside like a mosaic in the front that add a modern touch. The statue outside ...
... turned out she was serious! Apparently, there's almost a little American obsession among many people there, as evidenced by a NASA sweatshirt I saw in a Topshop, the sandwich shop we passed (picture to follow) and the amount of dollar-sign themed clothes and jewelry I saw everywhere. For the first time in a long time, I was the one with an accent. (Italy doesn't really count because English is nobody's mother tongue here.) And people really seemed to like it!
... presumably a more frequently travelled route!!) unless you are using the return part on the same day. Riddle me ree.
Anyway, with sandwiches from Subway in hand, we jumped onto one of the many Glasgow trains and were pulling into Queen Street station only 50 minutes later. On the way we did a bit of research and discovered that the famous Hunterian Museum, on the campus of Glasgow University, was open until 5pm but not on Sunday, so we grabbed a cab and got there ...
... across the road with me and he'd show me the right way to go to the bus station because I said I could find my way from there. We chatted as we crossed the road and down the street then he pointed on the direction and I stated walking. About 15 min I came across a top shop and went to find something for Emma and Becky but couldn't find anything so went it sainsburys and walked around and tried I decided what I wanted. Problem is there are so many choices, so much ...