The Glynhill Hotel & Leisure Club
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... ness. Its true what they say…you have all four seasons in the one day…it snowed, rained, hailed, and also was sunny at times. The views are just amazing in the highlands…and the stories our tour driver told us about Scotland and the Red army (British) war was just awesome. The Scottish aren't to happy that the Braveheart movie got a lot of facts wrong about the fight between William Wallace and the red army.
During the tour I was glad ...
Today, i went to Glasgow Cathedral. After finding out that it wasn't as far as the Starbuck baristas thought it was, I decided that was what i was going to do. After getting ready to go, as it was raining, I left the flat. it was just before noon. I have noticed that i like to sleep in till about 10 am here.
I walked down towards Central Station, to have lunch at O'Briens, the sandwich place that i really like. Todays special, was ...
... was pretty and strangely modern compared to the rest of the city. We also visited the site of the hospital that both Nan, Granda (Nans late husband) and Uncle Ian were born in, which is now a park but still has the entry to the hospital standing (see pic). It was really busy in the main strip, which is hard for Uncle Frank to navigate so we stuck to the side streets. Later in the afternoon, we caught the bus to Uncle ...
... online. But the train ride itself was pleasant enough - we passed the time by going through Rebecca's digital pictures and deleting the inferior ones. She has a very good "eye" when it comes to taking pictures and I passed along a few tips to help her improve upon her already solid foundation of photography. We arrived in Glasgow at 1:15 PM and hailed a taxi to the Newton Hotel on Bath Street. We took off soon after and walked ...
Hello, all those who miss me ;) I've been having fun these days thinking up a list of differences that I've grown accustomed to while living here. Maybe some of these will make sense to you, other ones might seem completely foreign to you as the were to me at first. (I'd be happy to clarify or explain if you want!) 1) living in a "flat" and having a giant freezer in my kitchen! hehe. 2) shopping at morrisons or somerfield and not being able ...