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TravelPod Member ReviewsClifton Hotel Glasgow
We enjoyed our stay here. Close to restaurants, pubs and a few shops. Staff were very friendly. Breakfast was delicious. We would stay here again!
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... matty, ten minutes after saying our goodbyes to my mum and dad we get through security only to be pulled aside by the police and asked some questions haha. Luckily they felt sorry for Matty being disabled and let us through. Next and first stop Reykjavik ...
... and then the traffic once we got closer to town we were a half and hour late to meet our friends. Fer was waiting for us where she said she would be and Andrea showed up a little later. Luckily they are super nice girls and were not upset by our tardiness. We all drove back to their apartment and they treated us to pizza (I told you they were super nice). We had a really good time talking about their new life here and what we miss ...
... scary - it's switchbacks pretty much the whole way up, with steep drop offs at the side and sharp corners. It often feels like you're on a floating road in the sky! Mark takes it easy though, and we 're at the summit within an hour or so. The view is breathtaking. We max out our phones taking panos! But they just don't do it justice. It's like being on the moon, or mars. The landscape within the crater certainly looks like it belongs on the red planet. ...
... There would have been a property qualification, but Geordie should have met that.
Before leaving I went up to their modern fifth floor tower to view their local panorama. It is mostly built up, but some countryside is visible. They mention the wind turbines towards Carluke and I could pick them out. I am discovering that they are very common in Scotland and a very contentious issue. Apparently in the Borders they are everywhere. In some places they are off ...
... kilts and hills covered in rolling heather.
It was great to sit back and relax and take some shots of the countryside as we drew nearer and nearer to our target. The heart grew warmer and warmer as we approached. Piling out at Glasgow Central a cool breeze wafted gently over our bodies and I looked round to see people shivering and I just had to smile. It's gid Scootish weather, aye I'm home.
Now imagine the scene as we left the ...