The B Suites Glasgow City Centre
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... br> Clyde was still looking inky black and murky to me under the morning’s leaden
skies. The gloomy weather made me dwell on the area’s lost industrial past.
Perhaps if it had been bright and sunny my thoughts would have been more on its
impressive transformation and opportunities for what the still undeveloped open
spaces could become.
The Riverside Museum and the tall ship named Galatea moored next
to it ...
... and also very quiet afterwards in Hutcheson's restaurant where my house guests and I enjoy an excellent meal in elegant surroundings. Our friendly wine waiter confides that he has been invited to several all-night referendum parties to see in the results.
We are off to the Tron theatre to see a special one-off performance of a play about the independence debate. The crowd there is mostly wearing pro buttons, and when the programme declares that Elaine C Smith is in ...
... the city. After tramping around for the day, we treated ourselves to some gluten-free treats and headed back to Glasgow.
We decided to head to a movie to pass the time until Mark arrived on the late flight. That is where I learned that Ross doesn't share his popcorn. Luckily I can eat a whole bucket by myself, so no wasted food. We picked up Mark from the airport and headed back to Ross' place. The following few days involved ...
The nearly 14 hour flight from Melbourne to Dubai in 'cattle class' was arduous to say the least. We arrived with little feeling in our rear ends and eyes red and sore from lack of sleep. Economy accommodation on an international flight has no more leg room than seating on a domestic flight. Picture that for a moment and consider the amount of hours in the air.
Add another 7 hour ...
... not so much so we headed back on foot to the entry to the Castle as we had missed out on getting some beautiful woollen scarves we had spotted the day before. It was a lovely afternoon for wandering through the city streets and just people watching and looking about.
We met Geoff and Liam back at the museum and after the three of them had trolled through the museum shop and had bought their spoils we headed back to the car. As we ...