Langley Bank Guest House
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... to come and collect us. Unfortunately our break down cover would not cover man made mistakes. Matt, Matt, Matt... It was the best idea to get towed from the drive as a nice bloke who lived on the farm said the farmer wasn't a very nice person. The two truck arrived around 9:30pm and we had been dropped off at a nearby garage by 10pm. Not one of our best wild camping spots being right in front of the entrance of a garage in an industrial block. I won't be forgetting this one anytime ...
... half a hour talking but could have stayed the night. Both were very interesting and had great stories. Donald worked for CN(Cdn National RR) and UN(United Nations) so was quite knowledgable about world affairs particularly Canada. Arthur was equally interesting with ties to the music world ie Quincy Jones.
Staying at a Marriott- nice****
Heading to bed cause tomorrow we are off to ...
... park? NO, we couldn't.
We decided to just head down the coastline out of town and hopefully find something a little less crowded. After going past a couple more family attractions that were absolutely teeming with people (think it is start of school holidays here and it is the weekend) we came upon a little village called Dunure. Fame of this place is the ruined Dunure Castle and an Inn which had friendly staff and served meals all day and so ...
A train ride of about 45 minutes took me to Glasgow, in the west of Scotland. Great service provided by Scotrail by the way. This shouldn't really come as a surprise but for Belgians it generally is, given the way public transport operates in Belgium.
Back to the order of the day though. The actual reason for my trip to Glasgow was Scothot 2013, Scotland's biggest 2B2 hospitality event.
... Friday 5pm traffic which was surprisingly easy, to find a park right outside the Argyll Hotel, complete with tartan carpets and curtains.
We headed off on foot towards the city centre in search of an appealing restaurant - some interesting older architecture in this area but obviously not the most salubrious part of town and we decided to retreat to our hotel restaurant for a very quiet and adequate dinner.