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- Pets allowed
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... 600 metres from the top, and, after driving 3/4 of the way around it, decided to walk up. After we walked about 300 metres up the side of this steep grassed hill, we came across the road (Bob was quite puffed by this time). So, I walked back to the car and drove till I found the way up by road. Picked Bob up and headed on up. We timed it well. There were media persons there for a staged political interview. We had a look over ...
... at an Italian resturant. We found out a lot of Italians live in Scotland from after the second world war. Ross from Gold Coast, Tammy and Brad from America joined us for dinner. On our coach you rotate seats every day except Ross, Stuart and myself. We are sitting up the back, LJ on the first day said if we didn't want to we could stay up the back. The others call us the "The non Rotators". Now everyone wants to join us cause of all the laughter is happening up the ...
... who is somewhat of a Scottish religious hero. It was my favourite "history surprise" during my time in Glasgow. He managed to pop up in every city I visited in Scotland, and that was fine with me.
I spent one day in the city alone, while my friend attended to school work. I visited the beautiful Glasgow Cathedral, which had exquisite stained glass paintings, as well as relics from the original foundations of the Cathedral. In the basement is the tomb of St. Mungo.
... had a friend (Chris at RetroRetrims) make the seat foams/mattress out of 5 inch memory foam, trimmed up in a durable fabric.
Additional storage was made by adding a roof rack that we made, onto which we mounted a large roof box, and to which a solar panel would later be affixed. ...
... detail plans for tomorrow with Kenny & Scott we bade them a fond farewell and switched our thoughts to our dinner.
Based on a chat with hotel reception we headed off in the opposite direction to last evening to find an appealing restaurant. Immediately obvious was heaps of people about on a Saturday evening (the opposite to Friday night) and we settled on an Italian restaurant in Argyle St and enjoyed a really nice dinner, served by an Aussie waitress.