The Glenburn Hotel Ltd
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... must thank them all very much for their hospitality and lovely company, thank you for providing us with a bed and feeding us….hostels and 2 minute noodles for us from now on L backpackers budgets!
Jumpers off, sunnies on….Glasgow turned it on for us today. After the long bus ride our spirits were lifts to as high as they could be, a gorgeous Friday afternoon every Scot in Edinburgh was out to enjoy the town. We walked through the ...
... for a Scottish evening. The evening was put on for the coach tours (tours of retired people who stay in the hotels and are taken sight seeing during the day) a Scottish man hosting immediately picked me as his favourite for the evening and asked many questions about where I was from and what dances I knew. He asked some of the ladies to dance and introduced highland dancers and a bagpipe player from the local band. As I sat there ...
... dinner - homemade spicy tomato soup; spinach and ricotta penne pasta and homemade Granny Smith apple and pork sausages with onion mash, for Mirandy and I respectively, followed by chocolate sponge with raspberries - and then a relax on a leather sofa looking out over Loch Lomond. A gaggle of German teenage girls loudly playing house brick size Jenga and the mispronouncing "Dry-Men" Englishman playing with his newly acquired stuff sacks (don't ask!) was our cue ...
... towards the more retail focused parts of the city, particularly Buchanan Street, including visiting a shop selling Scottish (knitwear) specialities. We then brought some supplies back to the hotel, before heading off again, this time to lower Buchanan Street, where we found the St Enoch shopping centre and then Waterstones (there were not bookshops in the St Enoch centre). An important purchase here was a small road Atlas, so that ...
Bute is a small island nestled in close to the west coast of Scotland, across from Ayrshire. Bute is in easy travel distance from Glasgow – a train runs from Glasgow Central to Wemyss Bay and connects to a ferry which takes you across to the town of Rothesay, the capital of Bute. The trip takes about 1½ hrs, so in the days before cheap holidays to Spain, Bute was very popular as a holiday destination. In fact, Bute was famous as "the place to go" during the Glasgow Fair, a ...