Glasgow Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... half hour in absolute stitches just watching the two of them together. We had a lovely lunch and the afternoon sped by. Duncan came home, we ordered in dinner and the evening went in similar fashion. Today I found myself crying as we drove away from Glasgow, and am feeling very homesick and missing family. Yesterday reminded me so much of the family get-togethers we had when Dad was still alive - we were all around the piano singing, and Jack played the drums for ...
... and I'm feeling a little museumed out again, even though the museums I've been in recently have been excellent. The views from the castle walls were excellent, and they had the Scottish Crown Jewels on display, which weren't as fabulous as the English ones, but still nice to see. Other than that barely any of the castle had been recreated as a castle and that was a little disappointing, so I'm glad that I got to see Stirling Castle. When I'd finished with the Castle ...
... and theories the house was also their showroom. It begs the question who inspired whom?
and then back on the bus to the BotanicalGardens and glasshouses with the exotica favoured by Victorians. An al fresco lunch. It seems that each eating place serves lentil soup... And they vary...
and back on the bus to the Kelvingrove Museum... To see paintings by the'Glasgow Boys', furniture by CRM and a Spitfire suspended over stuffed African fauna. Bizarre! ...
... particular ticket. The bus driver then continued his way and kept on looking for this ticket while driving. We ended up arriving at the bus stop where I needed to get off without the bus driver finding the ticket. I then got my wallet and said I would just pay for the normal ticket for the drive we just had. He then said: "Never mind, go run and get the Shuttle bus that stops just around the corner!" It saved me two pounds, YEAH. Lucky me! :) Happy as I already was, ...
... green slopes plunging down to meet the river and road stretched on to the horizon. In fact, the luscious green of The Trossachs was probably enhanced by the rain fall. We doubled back a few miles and to the coast road to Oban. Here we parked up for an hour or so, enjoyed a beer and stroll around the shops, at last buying an umbrella! Oban is a bustling harbour and ferry port to many of the ...