Halo Crowwood House Hotel
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... smoke alarm ( duh, what) and set off the alarm. Old Hotel.... No fire so back to our rooms we went.
Up at 6am, cases repacked and outside the door by 7am and down for brekkie. On Coach at 8am heading off for ano adventurous day. First stop, Ben Nevis. En route we stopped to take photos of a ruined Castle shrouded in mist. Why, because we could. Then we stopped to take more photo's and walk about the 3 ...
... Got a map from reception and went for a walk around the local area. There weren't as many people around as I would've thought until I turned on to Sauchiehall Street and came face to face with the crowd. All good, I walked up to Marks & Spencers and brought some coffe and a couple of snacks. I didn't really feel like dinner as my stomach was still not feeling so well after the plane trips.
... olds do, we went shopping in a very teenage store…Forever 21.
Never would I imagine myself looking around a fashion shop with her laughing and telling me to hold this up against me! It was gorgeously hilarious!
Then we went for the food, and according to her the meals are big. So we didn't order a giant meal, just a burger and chips!
Even the thought that she ordered a burger and fries still cracks me up.
We talked while we ...
... and prepared to go out yet again. This time, we went to a popular club with Matt's room mate. It was a fun club, but I ad another experience with expensive drinks. Alcohol is so expensive over here, and it makes me a little sad. Oh well!
The club was my last outing in Glasgow, the next day Matt and I would board a train, then plane, and head on over to Brussels, Belgium. I definitely enjoyed my stay in Glasgow and hope to return there again someday!
Our sunny days seem to have left us and today is overcast and cold. Esther, Bob, Gwen and Iven caught their train south to spend a few days in York. Doug and I also headed to Waverley Station but we went west to Glasgow. We were booked on the 10 am train but were early and caught the 9.45 instead. We came directly to the Albion Hotel where we have a very spacious and lovely room. We had enough time to find a laundrette ...