Gleddoch House Hotel, Spa & Golf Club
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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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... restaurant we have ever been in! We enjoy time together - shades of Skye! We walk and walk. The old Calton burial grounds are fascinating and sadly, we miss the Queen at Edinburgh Castle! Glasgow is interesting. While the architecture is equally impressive the atmosphere is darker. We see many homeless people and the grey skies, cold and drizzle does not help. But we are in a lovely area - Kelvin Grove - beside the Kelvin River and Botanical Gardens. Our unit, while old, is ...
... with suitcases the size of us. But we did it!
I finished unpacking while Brittany napped then fell asleep for a few mins myself. We grabbed something to eat quick, explored, and then most importantly...FIGURED OUT THE WIFI. Overall, I consider it a successful first day and I am so blessed and excited to be here!
Here are some pictures of my room and my street! Enjoy :) ...
... was out and so was everyone else. All the eateries were full and families were out in the parks. We met Ross's cousin Robert and his partner Sandra in town for dinner and enjoyed a lovely night at the English Lounge. Saturday was another travel day and back to cold and wet. We waited for a break in the showers and headed to the railway station for the trip to Glasgow. 3 hours later we were there and so was the rain. We have booked another hire car for ...
... spend a wet day than to visit an art gallery and a museum. So it was off to Glasgow by train (about an hour away) for us.
First stop was the GOMA - the Gallery of Modern Art. It has been said that this is the best modern art gallery if the whole of Scotland. At the front of the gallery is a statue of the Duke of Wellington mounted on a horse. Nothing strange about that - the sort of thing you expect to see in front of a grand ...
... off and retraced our steps to the train station. Dinner was at an Italian cafe, where I got risotto with sliced sausage mixed in and Anne and Erin both got bruschetta, personal pizzas (which were actually medium sized), and ice cream.
The walk back wasn't bad, even though we had just had a ton of pasta. We skipped the church that I had sort of wanted to see, but again, the Kelvingrove eclipsed all and none of us were sorry. Back on the train 3 of us got a ...