Halo Crowwood House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the city. After tramping around for the day, we treated ourselves to some gluten-free treats and headed back to Glasgow.
We decided to head to a movie to pass the time until Mark arrived on the late flight. That is where I learned that Ross doesn't share his popcorn. Luckily I can eat a whole bucket by myself, so no wasted food. We picked up Mark from the airport and headed back to Ross' place. The following few days involved ...
... decided to pop into the Visit Scotland office to see if they could recommend any must-see places as we head North along the West coast. We were helped by a very nice girl who, once we told her about our plans to find a place to get married on our trip immediately started showing us her favorite castles, estate homes and locations we should check out. After being armed with a map for our journey along the west coast we hopped ...
... wasn't as bad as "Italian fast-food" sounds. Mostly intrigued by the free-wifi, we stayed for a little while and people watched the busy city streets. On the way back we found a Starbucks, amazing right, and headed back to the bus, ending our short lived visit with a mini photoshoot in the square. The ride did come with views of some cool buildings and churches though. ...
Another long travel day but made it to Glasgow and met up with Shirley. Unforturnately not able to upload my pictures right now so just hello from Scotland will have to suffice! Staying in a very old but nice hotel right across from the train station. Very busy city. Reminds me of NYC. Again finding lots of dry humor everywhere. We are off early on ...
... or fancy marinas. The rooms were also very well air conditioned which Catržona especially appreciated! We had thought about catching an Abrah (water taxi) to the old spice and gold souks across the water but unfortunately didn't feel we had enough time as it was too hot for anything more than a slow stroll, except to make a dash for shade! So, we wandered back through the covered old souk, checking for any souvenirs but nothing caught our eye. A man did explain how to tell ...