TripAdvisor Reviews Gleniffer House Paisley
Travel Blogs from Paisley
... She had a giant smile on her face, clearly reliving her youth, and she danced there in the 80-degree heat for at least 30 minutes. It made this otherwise unsatisfying stop a worthwhile venture.
We left the loch and headed toward the town of Stirling, home of a famous castle and the William Wallace Monument (think Braveheart). On the way, we stopped by the Glengoyne Whiskey Distillery for a tour. Andrea is not a whiskey drinker, or really much of ...
... researched route options, booked all accommodation before leaving etc, let me put you right. In my view there were/are simply too many variables to make that practicable so I purposely went for the plan each day as it comes as it gave me most flexibility. Indeed I'm reminded of Eisenhower’s (or someone like him) comment about 'no plan every survived contact with the enemy' Good one Ike!
After discussions with Base the decision was go to Paisley, do ...
... we all had a plate of Mum's famous soup for lunch and then it was time to go. It was a bit of a challenge fitting us and our luggage into the 'buzz box' aka Volkswagen Polo which was their hire car. However the relocation of the parcel shelf and me sharing the back seat with hand luggage got it all sorted out.
Our farewells were pretty brief - I guess experience over the years has taught us that it's like ripping off a bandaid - ...
... trip, we wondered away from the hustle and bustle of the city of Edinburgh and made our way farther north towards central Scotland and saw Stirling, Perth and Inverness along the way. We were destined for the Highlands and eventually Loch Ness! The sights in the Highlands were unlike anything I had ever seen before. I don't think anywhere else in the world can beat how astonishing these mountains were. Once you finally get to the Highlands, you then ...
... met two of the four competitors earlier, one at Peigi’s wedding and the other was a cousin of Anna’s . I know we do have the games in Canada as well, but it was amazing to see right here in Scotland. Imagine the scene:, these big, burly men wearing blue short sleeved T-shirts, blue tartan kilts (forgive me I don’t know which clans the tartans were), knee high socks and big boots, flinging very heavy objects towards the crowds gathered to watch. The announcer ...
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