Holiday Inn Express Glasgow City Centre - Theatreland
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHospederia Palacio Marques de las Torres Carmona
We had a great dpstay at this hotel. Rooms were very clean. Staff very welcoming and helpful. Breakfast had many options and a wonderful coffee maker system. Would definitely stay here again.
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... round the world trip has definitely brought back some memories, especially those long 10 weeks or so carrying it with a broken rib through Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. It seemed easier this time, but I guess it's a bit lighter this time around, and I no longer have a broken rib, but I may not be saying that tomorrow after carrying it for 20 miles :-( My train journey today consisted of:- Watlington to Ely Ely to Peterborough Peterborough to York York to Glasgow Central ...
... it was dark again.
One unique culinary experience: haggis. I had haggis with a splash of whiskey with my breakfast. Haggis is a type of sausage made from sheep's liver, heart and lungs, oats, onion and spices, and traditionally cooked in a sheep's stomach (I was told ours wasn't made this way and I was kind of banking on that). It was really good, and very filling, ...
Another fun filled day..Headed to Edinburgh today, visited th castle and the city..Weather was fab..19 degrees...Castle was unreal, saw Scotlands Crown Jewels got pushed and shoved a bit, loads of people. Had a full day out and another full day planned for tomorrow. Heading to Loch Lomond to find the monster. Sue was very adventurous today. sampled Haggis for lunch. Rest of us declined. Well the end of another ...
... still the same techno stuff that we had heard everywhere. Charlie went over to ask the bouncer when the other room would open (the one that played hip hop), and he wouldn't tell him anything. Annie and I then accosted him and he explained that it was a capacity thing; once the room we were in filled up to a certain number the other room would open up. So, for about an hour we semi-danced to the bad Euro mix and kept a sharp eye on the curtain that would open to the ...