Beersbridge Lodge Guesthouse
Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... a lot of time for necessary things like laundry and we had some stuff to wash with us so we retraced our steps and with the help of Google maps, found a Laundromat on the way back to Lanark for some urgent menial tasks!
Pity my day was completed by a headache that didn't ease off 'til I found a convenience store selling Paracetamol! Oh well.
We had another good meal at a local pub which has a plaque on it that says William Wordsworth and his ...
Today we continued on our travels and we started pretty early because today we are going to Glasgow.
When we got there we went to Glasgow Climbing Centre. We had lots of fun climbing up the climbing walls and we did abseiling. We really enjoyed ourselves.
After lunch we went to Glasgow Science Centre. We learnt a lot and we did lots of Science experiments. We really enjoyed ourselves.
We had a great day today in Glasgow and we are looking forward to ...
... into a pub. We headed up and I had a couple of whiskey nightcaps to end the night.
To understand Glasgow I feel like you would need to live I the city, it was way too hard to try and get a feel for the place in 2 nights and a day. I think it would be a nice place to live if you could get over the **** weather! Almost a little bit like Perth as its undergoing a transformation to make it pretty hip and happening ...
... and go get the car when we realised the short walk was considerabley longer than we first thought.
Anyway after a wee bit of a walk we made it to the Kelvingrove museum and art gallery we wandered round and saw some of the British Museum Egyptian Exhibit, some dinosaurs and wild animals and then off we trot to the Dali!
The painting was amazing with a mysterious look about it. It could have been ...
... no further than five mins down the road and went straight into Costa Coffee for a flat white (not a good one) with our new best friend, John. We decided last night to walk into Glasgow together today and we are looking forward to it. We know we will miss his companionship once we part this weekend.
The vagaries of the long distance walkers routine mean you are never quite sure of your timings of how the day will unfold. After coffee it was ...