Kings Park Hotel
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Mobile phones have changed our lives! By careful communications we meet up with Mike and Hilary in Dumbarton at the first venue of the Quilt Show. Horrified by the entrance fee our not so enthusiastic partners decide to find alternative entertainment.
The main attraction in this church was a series of quilts on the theme Chinese whispers …
Breakfast just as good and we have formulated an itinerary to maximise the use of the hop on ticket. ignoring the advice of the sat nav we drive to the car park and catch the bus to the university where we book up for the house tour and fill in time having coffee in the refectory.
the tour is WOW. The university has built a replica of the …
Late breakfast, plenty of choice, plenty of food.
Taking the waitress' advice we board the local bus to the city centre, no concessions for elderly Sassanachs here.
Advice:- be careful of city map boards.... The Tourist Infprmation Office, having moved two years ago, is still shown in its original location!
We board the …
No roadworks on the M25! Hooray Things go excellently until we reach the departure lounge. Different sources different excuses - we don't leave Gatwick until after we should have arrived in Glasgow. Once in the air the flight is fine and arrival straightforward as we have no luggage. Geoff and Jeannie have waited patiently and lead us to the car …
... back to Glasgow, for the main event, Jim's Tour de Glasgow.
The tour started at Parkhead, home of the Celtic football club. Parkhead it also close to the Commonwealth Games site from earlier this year and we had a distant view of the velodrome and the village. From Parkhead we drove through the streets of Glasgow stopping at the Cathedral, the University of Glasgow and St Aloysius College, ...