Gleddoch House Hotel, Spa & Golf Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGleddoch House Hotel, Spa & Golf Club Langbank
Mah diciamo che è in culo ai lupi e con il pullman non ci si riesce quasi ad arrivare.
La cena è stata buona, o mangiato pesce, la colazione invece te la preparavano sul momento e non mi sono fidato, ma domani se tutto va bene provo il porridge.
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On Wednesday afternoon, Linda said that if we were keen, Frank would take the day off on Thursday and the four of us could go through to Edinburgh and check out the Festival and the Fringe events. Needless to say we thought this was a wonderful idea. We weren't sure what the weather was going to be like but it seemed like a fighting chance it mightn't be too bad.
We wakened this morning to blue skies all around. We left around 10.30 ...
... by a cheeky wee vino. Then a stroll around the deck where a waiter decided I had to try their cocktail of the day so not to offend his feelings I happily obliged! I flashed my all inclusive card and lo and behold I will be like the Queen for the rest of this voyage, carrying no cash and nothing to sign. Luv it!! Returned to my room to see if my case had arrived only to find a bucket filled with ice containing a bottle of champers, a plate with strawberries dipped in ...
... farming areas, suddenly there was Balmoral castle. We drove into the car park but decided not to bother going in. Which turned out to be an okay decision as apparently you are only allowed into one or two rooms in the Castle and its a bit of a walk. Arrived Baillieston, Glasgow mid-afternoon and were very warmly welcomed by Janet and Frank. Irvin came up to visit as well. Had a lovely home ...
... are FAR BETTER in England than Canada. Yes, I am obsessed with food, get over it people. After breaky, I needed to sort myself out which is always a tough thing when I am feeling sad. I wasn't sad about going to Scotland, just saying goodbye always makes me feel melancholy. Aunty Edith made me a bacon butty (a bacon sandwich) and I was off on my way. Uncle Dave dropped me off at the station and waited until I got on the train. The last goodbye ...
... Cirque du Soleil