Alba Hostel Glasgow
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First we caught a taxi from the hotel to the Belfast City Airport where we boarded the 10:10am Flybe flight 125, a Dash 8-Q400, for the short trip to Glasgow. We landed at 10:55, collected our bags, and then took them to the Left Luggage shop to be stored while we caught a shuttle bus into the city. Mainly, we were on a shopping mission at the Forever 21 store for Chelsea. Then, we intended ...
Ok, I am here to test your memory.
Who remembers Anne? I mentioned her a few weeks ago in one of my Skye blogs.
Anyway, today, I am catching up with her. In Glasgow.
For, in typical Australian style, the second day of my birthday!
But given my night out last night, I slept until 11.
Which was good, because when I first woke at 8:30, I felt awful.
But by the time 12 rolled around, I was good to go.
In my ...
... the second floor of the building and it was jammed pack full of all kinds of people. I think Matt, his friend, and I were the youngest people there. They played music from the 60s, mostly MoTown, and I loved it! I ,however, did not love the expensive alcohol.
Despite the pricey drinks, I had a great time! It was nice to see another part of Glasgow.
The next day Matt and I trekked across the entire city in order to go see Glasgow University. I was told it ...
... 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 ...
... at 5.30 and they were setting up for a concert in the main hall in the evening. We had a coffee together in The Little Restaurant, Christine and Ritchie caught a bus back into town and we caught our little subway back to Kelvinbridge and home. Still not hungry so pottered in our room until later when we had tea and toast/Danish and tea at the Bayleaf. Wendy and Andy went out for a drink. DOUG'S DIARY -o Breakfast at the Baytree and in to town on ...