Travel Blogs from Glasgow
Had to get to the airport super, super
early! Woke up around 4.30 am and got ready. Chucked my broken
suitcase in the garbage and hoofed it to the metro. Got to the metro
so early that it hadn't even opened yet! Turned out we were at the
wrong place, so we quickly dashed to the right metro …
... than up and over the top. Their mountains are so much different to ours in Australia, they are very bare and extremely rocky. We stopped for coffee (this a quite a ritual with us) at Fort William, obviously a skiing hub, going on the range of shops. This was written up as the viewing spot for Ben Nevis, Scotland's highest mountain. There were too many to choose from so not sure which one we should have been looking at. All very ...
... you can look up the Ke'ane valley up to Haleakala. It's a beautiful sight. We drive back towards Kula just as a rainbow sunset silhouettes the west Mauis. And we say goodbye to our last full day on the island. P&L drop us off at the house. We dump stuff , then drive back into Paia for a takeaway half-and-half pizza from the flatbread co and a cocktail in cafe mambo while we wait for it. Then back to the house to eat and pack. We're off up Haleakala ...
... all the others were working in the fields. The blacksmith's shops and stables have been turned into a shopping area with a lovers maze. A wedding was taking place while we were there.
We then drove into Glasgow, Scotland's largest city, about one million people. It seems dirty and grungy, and our guide has warned us to use care if venturing out tonight. We will have dinner in the hotel, but I don't think we'll be ...
... their descendants. For several decades, the Scottish Republican Socialist Movement have held a commemoration on the Sunday closest to the anniversary which is often attended by members of other groups including Siol nan Gaidheal, Na Fir Dileas etc.
The T.S. Eliot poem "Rannoch, by Glencoe" refers to the event, and the modern ballad with ...
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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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