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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Heritage Hotel Glasgow
From the outside it doesn't look like much but the room we had was clean and huge. Lots of room and a great location.
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Sheila had a rough night coughing and spluttering so she asked the hotel about seeing a doctor and she was able to secure a 11am appointment at the nearby health service. We arrived early and right on the dot of 11am she was called for the consultation and was diagnosed with a chest infection and given antibiotics - all this was absolutely free - this is what Medicare should be like.
... well rested. Tomorrow we have rented a car and will head north to take in Scotland's beautiful countryside. Wish us luck as both Bree and I are listed as drivers on the car and NEITHER of us has ever driven on the other side of the road before....luckily we were able to get an automatic car so that's one problem we don't have to worry about.
Until next time...David and Bree
... taking us down an outdoor, shopping mall like street. A street performer was doing tricks with a soccer ball, another singing and playing guitar. Shops stood tall on either side of us and we looked for literally any place that had food. After turning some corners and coming to an agreement that anything was good, we ended up an some Italian fast food place, ...
Our accommodation tonight is at the Radisson Blu Hotel. After meeting with the group for dinner we headed for a brief exploration of Glasgow’s Central Station nearby. The lovely staff allowed us to watch several trains arriving and departing from the main platform area. Virgin trains provide regular services to London throughout each day taking a picturesque four hour trip to the UK capital.
... modified but the front part is the old building and it has little to commend it from the exterior. However, this ugly bit partly houses a pleasant community library. Mary Somerville (g grandma) would have attended this school as she was a scholar in Forth, according to the 1871 census, when she was 11. My impression from these big old schools, and what I have read is that Scotland was ahead of many places in terms of providing schools and enabling girls ...