Glasgow Central Apartments
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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 ...
As far as weather is concerned today was about as ****** as it gets. Raining, wind and cold that makes your balls ache. After breakfast we went on a bus tour of the city and was surprised by how much more modern it is than Edinburgh. There was great pre recorded commentary by a Neil Oliver who I have seen on TV a fair bit. After that we returned to the hotel my great mates Johnny and Dave Clelland who I haven't seen in over ...
... way to forget about how we were feeling that to go shopping! Back down to town, wondering the shops, finding a fresh juice bar which just so happened to have an 'Energy Boost’ juice on its menu…ahhhhhh perfect.
After a while our legs automatically started walking back home for a nap, a burger at the hostel when we woke up at 7pm, quick trip to the local grocery store for some drinks and time to get ready for Glasgow round 2.
... buildings had been converted to be used as military grounds when it was no longer required to be used as a castle. Including one building that had been covered over with a stucco sort of cement (or however you describe it, I'm no builder) which apparently the whole castle would have been covered in which is not normally how you (or at least I) think of them as being, I generally think exposed rock. The castle itself wasn't exactly gigantic, but you got to see almost ...
... Before too, too long, I could see Kinlochleven in the valley. It was beautiful and seemed less than an hour away. Ha! Distance is so evasive out here. The last section into Kinlochleven is trecherous! Extremely steep and very rocky. Just about a mile out, I met another group on bikes. I asked them if I could suggest they not do it and they said it was too late. In my humble opinion NOBODY should do this Way on a bike. It is just too rugged. That night I was lucky to get ...