Argyll Guest House
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So , , , we arrived in Glasgow at 8:50 (local time) after an uneventful 6 hour flight. After picking up the car, maps, brochures and guide books for all Scotland it was too early to check in & have a nap.
So, after being awake all night, we hopped in our rental and headed to Stirling. Did I mention Gary is driving a standard on the left …
Our Air Transat flight from Toronto to Glasgow was uneventful. We had paid extra to book the Emergency Exit seats, so I had lots of legroom but, still, I really can't sleep on a plane--maybe 1 hour total in 5 minute chunks- so it has really been just one very long day as I sit and write this at 7 pm local time. We had quite a busy first day. Picked …
... newish shopping
mall near the Clyde, and a fair number of construction cranes at work in
Glasgow, so nowadays it’s far from being a down-and-out place.
What impressed me most about the center of Glasgow is the
solidness of its buildings, most of which are in stone and date from Glasgow’s
century of glory from about 1850 to 1950. Glasgow really looks like it has managed
to maintain most of its Victorian center, especially in the blocks ...
... twelve times today. It was frustrating to be so close to heading home and yet not at all. As I write this post I have been here for twelve hours and am looking forward to finally returning to the airport in one hour (even though I already used up my half hour of free wifi this morning). Anyways, since I had to reschedule my connecting flight from Toronto to Ottawa, I decided to splurge on some pricey wifi to be able to coordinate with my parents and the ...
... pharmaceutical drug trials, met us before we picked up Kathryn from the train station. Then we all ventured to Linlithgow Loch and Castle, where Mary Queen of Scots was born and held court. The castle was vast yet you couldn’t keep from hearing people mention how the thought it should have been bigger. Tight spiral stairs carved up the centre of the four towers at each corner of the castle. Pigeons kept watch over abandoned latrine holes covered by rudimentary iron bars. ...