The Heritage Hotel
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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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... beers for £8. We’ve seen snakes and crocodiles (real ones and towel ones), and had rides on camels and horses. We’ve swum in the South China Sea and the Persian Gulf, we’ve cruised the Mekong Delta and Halong Bay. We’ve wrecked the buggies and of course used the disposable potty. Elodie has done it ...
... photos and a couple of videos of the tattoo. Thursday 14 August We drove to Gourock to see my two Auntie and Uncles that we haven't seen in over 30 years. In fact we are not sure if I ever met my Dad's brother Billie and his wife Fay before. He is so much like my father, a quite man. My auntie Phyliss is quite the opposite and I was able to get quite a bit of information from her about the family that I didn't know. We had tongue sandwich's that I've never ...
... and catching up with a rain band. Eventually we did catch up with it on reaching Thurso but it stopped within ten minutes of getting there. Won’t say anything more about the Club site. It’s all been said before. Monday was spent on a tour of the Orkney Isles. We travelled from John O’Groats (after the requisite photos were taken under the signpost) to the Islands. We were warned by several sets of people that John O’Groats (the village) was ...
... t as bad as "Italian fast-food" sounds. Mostly intrigued by the free-wifi, we stayed for a little while and people watched the busy city streets. On the way back we found a Starbucks, amazing right, and headed back to the bus, ending our short lived visit with a mini photoshoot in the square. The ride did come with views of some cool buildings and churches ...
... 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 ...