SACO Glasgow - Cochrane Street
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... what I need. I was welcomed with open arms by my good friend Ross. Two seconds before he scolded me for forgetting to grab my bag from the luggage carousel before running through customs. Domestic flight, nobody manning the booth, phew. Can I help it if I run towards open arms and familiar faces at this point in my trip?
Ross lives in the upstairs of a beautiful old manor, 10 minutes from the airport. My first shock was the size of his ...
... forward to another a cab home at 4am and head on pillow… The hostel bed went from being springs in the back to feeling like a soft cloud J ahhhh so good!
Sunday 13th July
Another day in Glasgow, another hangover L
We just made check out and needed to go back to the souvenir shops to buy out Glasgow merchandise. Walking back through town very slowly and wounded we got our key rings and kept walking around ...
Today we drove to Glasgow which was only about an 1.5 hours away from Edinburgh. We got there in the morning and we went for a small walking tour to show us the main sites of the city. The first thing we did after the walking tour was go to an art museum which had a few different exhibitions happening. There was one exhibition which literally looked like a kindergartens art room.. We weren't huge fans of that one! There was ...
... professors, embarrassing moments and more and then we were off to dinner and the concert. We had dinner at the Roxy 171 where the concert was being held. I ordered a chicken caesar salad because apparently that's my latest kick. It was great.
Before going on this excursion I didn't know who James Bay was and if you're reading this and thinking the same thing to yourself, you absolutely must check him out. He will be famous. He had an opener, Vivian, I think ...
... to catch another train so there was no room for error!
We finally managed to call the taxi driver and get to the train station on time. The train took us to Geneva and from there we waiting a good hour before we made it to the front of the line to check in for our flight to Edinburgh. Once in Edinburgh we made our way to the train station and jumped on the first train to Stirling. Looking out the ...