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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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... massacre in Glencoe.( by the government troops under the name of the clan Campbell) Glencoe ski run with 2 chairs up on the moors. The moors are all peat bog, the road sometimes collapsing. All treeless. Lunch stop at the Green Wellie. Had a one hour cruise on LochLomond this afternoon in the mist and rain- never mind, that's what Scotland is all about! Glasgow: had a coach drive around the city centre ...
... a huge retail area, massive water features and a maze of lifts and escalators.
But I have another tale to tell, my poor husband spent 6 of the 7 hours on the latter flight in severe pain from bladder fluid retention.
By the time we landed in Glasgow it was clear that we would not have the Glasgow experience to our great adventure that we had planned.
The Emerites flight ...
... from my program decided to go into Glasgow to see James Bay. We took the bus to the train station in Stirling and bought a round trip ticket to Glasgow for only 8 pounds! The train ride there was awesome, we saw tons of beautiful scenery. When we got into Glasgow we stopped off at a little cafe where I got a dark chocolate mocha and a croissant. For those of you who know me, can imagine that I was in love with the croissant. We had quite a few laughs talking ...
... which he would cycle many km’s in the crazy heat. Anyway, to cut a long story short the ministry grew in a huge scale and today his daughter, Glory runs the flagship school St. Matthews, which seeks to offer a quality English education to all, her husband Finny runs the bible college and about a million other things (incredible visionary) and Thomas’ son Paul pastors the thriving church.
After our wee siesta we made wandered the campus (now ...
... name Munro. So that is where the cousin relationship comes in. He married another widow, Catherine McIntyre, late in life, but she was from a different family (not a sister) - doesn’t seem related, but I can’t be sure. She outlived him. Neil died in 1951 aged 64 from coronary thrombosis and cardiac failure. I have just realised these age dates don’t add up, but that is what the records say. I ...