Glazert Country House Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Here is a step-by-step guide on how to fashionably fit in in Glasgow, as decided by myself through careful observation over the last two days. For women: Step one: Straighten your hair. Whether you wear it down or pulled back super tight, it must be straightened. Step two: Go open your makeup bag and see what's inside. Put all of it on your face. All of it. Step three: Open your closet and find the tightest pants ...
... is something we haven't done much of until now... Obviously when I say shopping it means: music and books... So no need to say my luggage is a few kilos heavier now... *whistles innocently* The end of the shopping street shows the way to Aberdeen beach so we walk the esplanade a bit. The return we do through the old city. All Aberdeen buildings are grey and made out of granite, which is why they call it Granite city. I can hear you think ...
... who is the entertainment director and from Perth in Scotland, lowered in a boat practically underneath the falls and totally soaked. The next two were around noon then 2.30 and by then we were on deck in swimsuits sunbathing!!! A few people spotted whales, no it was not me, I took care not to wear a black swimsuit.,I saw seals and Dolphins but would love to have seen a whale. In between all this I decided that my hair was needing coloured as it had completely faded and the gray ...
... of his entree it was delicious Singa main meal was beef pie & a pint & dessert cheese cake & a pint. Spaj ordered beef & chicken surf & turf with rice, Strawney had chicken with pepper sauce & rice & we had a free dessert chocolate cake that Strawney had. I had a Cajun chicken burger with chips, once again the meals were great. After dinner we had back to the pub next door to our B&B for a night cap. Early night we left the pub at 10 ...
... grass patches or even snow patches at times and its simply point the steering and head in a Edinburgh direction.
Finally through trees and bushes I manage to somehow end up once again on the A708 and simply follow this all the way to Edinburgh. Me and my poor bike are now covered in mud and simply looking forward to getting home.
Onto the Edinburgh by-pass and the traffic is rather busy. Rather than head towards Queensferry via the usual ...