Glazert Country House Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... part of the city, exploring the Glasgow Green (a park), and stumbling on some really cool things. It was incredibly foggy this morning, so it was really hard to tell where we were headed, but we (Nat and I) ended up at the People's Palace, which has been turned into a museum of Glaswegian history. It was really cool! We bought some lunch at a grocery store, and ate it with the pigeons on a random bench. I am now sitting in the lounge of the hostel because I don't ...
... in grey must be monotone but yet it still looks nice. I'm sure the sun is a good asset today. Buildings such as the university have a certain simplicity. There are ornaments but they're kept to the minimum. After a wee break at the hotel in the late afternoon we head back into the city for something to eat. The evening ends at the hotel bar for a nice drink to celebrate the beautiful day. Day 12: After breakfast we load the car again to head ...
... and have a couple of good stories re her. I am so lucky with my table as they are a great bunch and have really contributed to me enjoying this hol. We made our way to one of the bars for a good wee chinwag b4 heading upstairs to sit on the balcony and watch the twinkling lights of Wellington (I am getting quite poetic here) as we sail out of her harbour on our way to our last stop in NZ which is Picton. Have been told I must see us sail into it at 7am tomorrow as lady in a ...
... soda toast and I had the toast with butter. We both had freshly-made orange/apple juice - entirely undiluted! Later that morning we went back again, so pleased to find somewhere with decent food after starving for the last couple of days. I had more toast/butter and we both ordered sandwiches to take away for later. We were meant to leave Copacabana for Puno at 1.30pm, but our bus was cancelled due to a local strike and we had no option but to wait for a bus operated by ...
... Isle-of-Man it was the machine for the job. Had I taken the Transalp on these sections I would be worried at damaging the exhausts and engine casings as it does not have such a good ground clearance as the Tenere!!
All in all both bikes are good for what they are built for but the Transalp is great for wintry snowy conditions and the Tenere is better for really hard off-road riding. After this trip I feel I can take either of the two bikes anywhere around this ...