Ibis Glasgow City Centre
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... you can get a map from any garage. Later I race into the first one we find. "Yes, yes, yes" says the smiling, eager young man and hands me the map. " It is of Edinburgh - is that alright?" No it is not! We walk out to locate our Mercedes. There it is - sparkling peacock blue! Sadly the leather passenger seat is smeared and drizzled with ice cream - vanilla no doubt! I need to find someone to clean it - and I do! The Tom Tom does not fit the ...
... the steeple is pictured on the right), on which was inscribed the words "Lord, let Glasgow Flourish by the preaching of the word." Whether Glasgow flourished with spiritual assistance or the hard work of its people (or both), there is no doubt that Glasgow, now the largest city in Scotland, (twice the size of the capital, Edinburgh ) has certainly prospered. Had a delicious supper at Darby's restaurant. Sleeping in Glasgow tonight at the Holiday Inn ...
... 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 ...
... other we have become National Trust members for the next year and in the next couple of weeks we need to find... a few..... National Trust properties to visit to make it worth the joining fee. Hmmmm.
After Falkland we headed for the coastal road for the famous fishing villages I have read so much about. The villages were small, with cute harbours. They were worth a visit and it was nice seeing them, but we didnt need to spend long there. We spent ...
... in the roots animals similar to the ones you see on totem poles appeared. The consensus is they are a weasel, a bird and a dog. Sold!
Our next stop was the Norse Mills. Another fascinating piece of history that had lain in unappreciated until some historical group restored it and put signage directing the public to it. There were two thatched roof blackhouse style buildings. One had a rock lined trench directing the water into the back of the mill. The force of the ...