Commodore Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... towards the city for lunch. Then we caught the bus to Kelvington Museum and Art Gallery a few kms from the CBD. Had some excellent exhibitions - The history of Glasgow City, an exhibition of the Stone Age history of the area, the medieval history - complete with armour and weaponry from the Middle Ages, a cultural art interpretation of Scotland - huge portraits of public figures in kilts etc, and in one section ...
This 'bijou' castle is the smallest (ie narrowest) in Scotland....or the equal smallest, as it's about 25 square feet in size. Apparently there is some competition for that honour. Because the castle belongs to the Drummond family, and the Abercrombys are distantly related to thJudith and Peter were able to organise a private visit....a real treat and we felt ...
... farming areas, suddenly there was Balmoral castle. We drove into the car park but decided not to bother going in. Which turned out to be an okay decision as apparently you are only allowed into one or two rooms in the Castle and its a bit of a walk. Arrived Baillieston, Glasgow mid-afternoon and were very warmly welcomed by Janet and Frank. Irvin came up to visit as well. Had a lovely home ...
... the hardest but I am so thankful for those few days I spent with them. If you are reading this Uncle Dave and Aunty Edith, I love you both so much x
The train to Liverpool Central wasn't long, and once I had walked from Central station to Lime street my little journey was really starting. Off I went to Glasgow. I am typing this on the train currently, a few observations- even in the fog the train ride to Scotland is breath ...
... a good laugh at the Glasgow Comedy Club, Shannon had heard that apparently the Scots had a really good sense of humour and that it especially shouldn't be missed here in Glasgow. We checked the map and thought, yep that shouldn't be far away... so off we set. About 1.5 hours later we were still walking and by this stage, I literally couldn't feel my legs cause they were frozen. My nose was cold, my toes were cold and my fingers were more than cold. ...