Holiday Inn Express Strathclyde Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it polarised the city between the haves and the never-even-coming-close-to-it folk. Wait for the photos tomorrow. Today we caught up with Pamela and Peter. Lorna,Pam, Marie Berthe and Rosie trained together (over 30 years ago) at Guys Hospital in London and was a bit upset to see that she still looks bloody fantastic. A poem for Glasgow by Lorna Glasgow oh Glasgow you have a funny evolution, From the ...
... d never been on so we hung a quick left and went round there - it also was just gorgeous.
We arrived at the Lodge around 2.30pm and found Lorna straight away. The boys had already left on the zip line and Lorna was just about to leave to try and find the area where they did all the clambering through the trees on ropes. We were all hanging out for a cuppa so we headed into the cafe and had a coffee. We asked ...
... Frankenstein interesting! Some sleep in a sloping bed but better than I am used to. KL 27 degrees just after sun up, felt a little of the warmth on the air bridge before we were back in the chilly air con, shame. Contrasts: female staff in veils, female civilians in burkas, fully covered, female tourists in short shorts and mesh singlets. Travelling families stretched out on seats sleeping. Backpackers sleeping in groups on the concrete floor. One women ...
This morning, we had the hard task of saying goodbye to Fred and Anne. What great hosts! Off to Edinburgh Airport to hand back our trusty hire car. Travelled more than 2100 miles in just less than three weeks. Not very far this visit. As usual, we are sad to leave the UK after being looked after by our wonderful friends, Ken and Pat, in London, and ...
... a left onto the A702 towards Edinburg and as I ride through the town I’m very tempted to stop off for a nice warm hot chocolate at one of the towns lovely coffee shops, however I decline and head on.
I turn right and again follow the B7016 to Broughton. This is yet the smallest of all the roads this morning and I’m expecting it to be the worst road yet!! However, it was not to be and the road was extremely well gritted with salt and not much ice at all!! But ...