Castlecary House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Got the tram into the town and had mcdonalds for breakfast (mistake), and got the bus to Glasgow at 9.30am. Arrived and checked into the hotel, and went to once upon a tart for breakfast - average. Went shopping for quite a while, plenty of nice shops. Went into GoMA, which was pretty good as well, before going back to the hotel for a rest/to finish off our brunch dessert. ...
... is apparently the place to be on Saturday nights, we took a train there and found Ashers Lane, their night strip. It made us smile when we found the following bars…. ‘Vodka Wodka’, ‘Jinty Mcguinty’s ‘ & ‘Ubiquitous Chip’. Again after a few bars we were ready to step it up….our new found company took us to an underground club….enough said, we had a ball.
I will skip the next few hours ...
... that past. Our arrival in Glasgow on Saturday gave a visit to the Barris street Market. Give it miss a **** down and out market. We went onto our accommadation at the holiday inn express, on riverside. Carpark was away from the building , down the street in and open parking area. This gave michael a restless nights sleep. After checkin we visited the Kevin-fords Museum. 2nd ...
... it all off, we discovered a South African restaurant! Upon hearing that we were from Cape Town, the owner gave us free biltong and offered us a job (which we politely declined). We did however have the most amazing meal: potjie and ribs with proper South African marinade. They served Appletizer and Hunters! It tasted like home. We even got free springbok shots. A bout of homesickness with food babies was felt while Mendoza played in the background. ...
... a little homesick and something just pops up to brighten your day? Well for us that was lunch at our own little slice of home...Penrith Pub...or as the locals call it the "Board and Elbow". Cobbled stone streets, whitewashed walls and a clock tower In the middle of the town square left our version of Penrith for dead. Across the border and like magic Bren's accent changed to a bad interpretation of William Wallace mixed with Sean Connery. " Aye Bunk, weva cross sed inta ...