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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Linda drove us into Glasgow and we went to the Transport Museum. It won the 2013 Best European Museum in 2013. There were transport models of the past including the first train, old trams, cars and part of the museum depicted a street in the 1800's. I found it fascinating. We then drove into the city and lunched at a cafe called "Once Upon a Tart". It was decorated with eclectic furniture and had a variety of cakes that all ...
... it. Although she'd said 'picnic hamper' to me (those two words go together so naturally) what she really had meant was a picnic backpack. Since the occasions when they would most likely picnic are when they're on the boat and they're heading ashore in the dinghy, a backpack is much more practical for them to carry on and off the boat and on and off shore. I'd got the hamper from John Lewis and Linda had had a look at their ...
... brushing him, a thick line of dribble pools on the couch and does not stop until Nic does. Noc says "Awww, Troy, your leaking" but doesn't seem to care that the 19year old frequently drips on him in happiness. Mia is so small she needs to jump up and even on her back legs Nic has to reach down to give her ears a scratch. Her little tail flicks over her ears as she walks away, ...
... view was spectacular. Thanks a lot.
I grabbed lunch at a really nice pub that offered a two course lunch for 5.95GBP, which is quite a good deal. My belly full, I moved on to explore an area of town that the gallery worker had told me was quite nice. I must have missed it, but I ended up in a giant park. Walking through the park I happened upon the Glasgow People's Palace. Built in 1898 in order to attempt to bring some culture to the overcrowded and downtrodden neighborhood ...
... the area became Scotland.
Scotland is known for many things, including heather and the thistle. Thistle is kind of a symbol of Scotland. The story goes that it helped warn the Scottish people of the Vikings coming prior to the Battle of Largs in 1263. Supposedly the Scotts, who were led by Alexander III (1241-1286), were sleeping, and they were alerted to the arrival of the Vikings, because Haakon IV (1204-1263), the Norwegian king wasn’t wearing ...