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Our first full day in Glasgow started with the Hop on Hop on bus, Sounds pretty touristy doesn't it? Yes but I recommend it. It's a quick way to get your bearings in a city you don't know. However, not being a Harry Potter follower I didn’t understand all the references the bus tour guide made to HP. maybe someone can enlighten me, was there filming done here for the movies? Or maybe she was just a fan.....
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... was out and so was everyone else. All the eateries were full and families were out in the parks. We met Ross's cousin Robert and his partner Sandra in town for dinner and enjoyed a lovely night at the English Lounge. Saturday was another travel day and back to cold and wet. We waited for a break in the showers and headed to the railway station for the trip to Glasgow. 3 hours later we were there and so was the rain. We have booked another hire car for ...
... it a bird on the way into land so they were making sure all the blood and guts were wiped off before we took off. You think that was the end of the delays don't you. Well no!!!! On our approach into Glasgow the pilot suddenly put the power down and headed back up. Now it wouldn't have been too worrying if the Malaysian airline flight had not just gone missing but thoughts of hijack instantly jumped into Kate's head. Thankfully it was only the plane in front of us had some issues on ...
... obstacle after obstacle because the redesign was very poorly done. After 2 hours of attempting to locate our invisible hotel, it was too late to do anything but have a quick bite and crash for the evening.
To help make the day better, we booked a bus tour through the lowlands and highlands of Scotland for the next day.
... as a student in this school, studying art in a space that is itself a work of art. We followed our tour with lunch at the Willow Tea Rooms, for which, like the School of Art, Mackintosh designed not only the space but all the furnishings in it. He reminds us a lot of Frank Lloyd Wright. His wife, Margaret Mcdonald, was responsible for many of the interior details in both places, including lots of stained glass in unexpected ...