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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... needed TLC.
We'd spotted a Mac Donalds nearby so headed there and had a lovely cappuccino and the required pit stop. We then headed back down to the Kelpies and had to wait a few minutes and then the lights came on. I think normally they cycle round the spectrum of colours but tonight they were red and didn't change - maybe this was linked to WW1 and blood and poppies?
I managed to get a few nice photos as you'll see - would ...
... buildings, saying "so many feet of wall built by such-and-such a legion under the command of so-and-so" along the length of the building, of which sixteen are extant (one only as a cast; the original has been lost) and fifteen of those (including the cast) are in the Hunterian. They are really rather touching. The lettering and especially the decoration around the edges (a lot of Capricorns and Pegasuses, as the special symbols of the emperor) all has a rather endearing, ...
... the Glencoe Pass, another stretch of beautiful landscape. It is no wonder the area is a popular destination for hiking and biking.
Once we were through the Pass, we stopped for a break just outside Loch Lomond National Park - our last stop before arriving in Glasgow. It was definitely a different feel being back in civilization as we drove through suburbs outside of the city. Glasgow is ...
... at Glenshee (in the middle of nowhere) so decided to stop for a snack as it was nearly lunch time. The shop was amazing and not what I expected to see in the countryside. It had all sorts of pottery (a little chunky for my liking). However, it did have a quaint little room off to one side which was full of Christmas "stuff" ...
... on the Firth of Clyde, due to the shallowness of the river within the city itself at that time. By the late 18th century more than half of the British tobacco trade was concentrated on Glasgow's River Clyde, with over 47,000,000 lb ...