Millennium Hotel Glasgow
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMillennium Hotel Glasgow
The hotel was very nice and the staff very helpful. The rooms in the front look right out onto George Square.
Very adequate and the price is good.
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Leaving Glasgow after having a beautiful meal in a restaurant called Artas. Crossing the border of England and enjoy a special Be My Guest lunch at a working farm in the idyllic Cumbrian countryside. We learnt about traditional farming they had sheep, goats, cattle and guess what else?? My beautiful border collies. We enjoyed lunch in the farmhouse …
... Went back to the car and started to drive up higher so that I could get signal we got it and finally found our way. The couple are very nice and probably in their 30’s.
9th. Decided to drive down the Kintyre Peninsular today again we had to transverse our single lane road for about 15klms. We got out onto the main road as such and made our way to Campeltown which is at the bottom of the peninsular. We decided to go down one side and ...
... building. Except in this case a traffic cone has been placed over his head. Now, this has nothing to do with modern art - it's just that what started out as a prank has now become a tradition. So the celebrated duke is, more often that, not wearing his traffic cone!
Inside the gallery are some very strange pieces of "art". At present there is a section devoted to Niki de Saint Phalle, a French-American artist (b. 1930 ...
... a lot more than we’d anticipated- she was happy to just go shopping with some of the birthday money given to her from her family.
I settled down for yet another few hours on the net in a very cheap, self serve eatery style place whilst Dani went shopping. By this time we were not only a long way behind in blogs but were also a long way behind in researching & preparing the next stage of our journey.
We were at a crossroads of where to go after ...
... zombies, followed immediately by horrendously busy and only slightly less intense bar shifts. 12 hour shifts became seemingly short compared to some working days which reached closer to the 16/17 hour mark. When I think how physically draining this year has been on me I am astounded, but proud in a weird way. It became a masochistic experiment to see how far I could push myself, and I was happy ...