Holiday Inn Express Glasgow City Centre Riverside
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Victoria works at the commonwealth games so this morning she got me like a visitors pass and I got to go into the village! It's so cool In there! They have like a big food hall where they get all their meals and a big like party tent with music pumping all the time to unwind! So that was a really cool thing to see! After my little tour Victoria had to do some work so I ...
... the **** out of me.But I could not stop looking at this guy!He was like a dopple ganger (is that the right term?) or something!Turns out he was from Canada, so not quite Colm…although I did
actually ask him if he had relatives in Ireland.He didn’t.But another friend was made! Not sure if I will ever get an
email from him but yeah.Lisa xo
... He wasn't wrong. It was really good to catch up with them all, the aunties got a little ******, and aunty Pamela had to go to work in the morning which she was not to happy about. We managed to help Aunty Pamela get her money off her NZ card which she didn't know how to do so she was supper happy at that. Bryan and his girlfriend Lee-Anne also turned up a little later on so we got to see them too.
Next day we decided to go and have a quick look at Loch Lomond since we were ...
Saturday 28 July 2012 – Glasgow
Today we decided to catch the train into central Glasgow and shop – yippee!! When we arrived in the city centre there were police everywhere and on every street corner. They had police on horseback as well. We stopped at my favourite arcade – Argyll Arcade – the name says it all – its filled with diamond merchants and ...
... lunch of cloutie dumplings and ice-cream. Cloutie dumplings aren't shaped like dumplings as we had thought but were slices of what look like fruit slice - they taste divine and are filled with raisins with a taste of cinnamon.
Back on the bus again, we went back to the east and hopped off to explore the oldest house in Glasgow. Each of its rooms is decorated to depict one of its uses during its lifetime. The ...