Novotel Glasgow Centre
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If Edinburgh is the gateway to the Highlands then Inverness is the Heart. (I think I read that in a guidebook) On our 3 + hour train ride to Inverness we met Michael from Edinburgh who was traveling to stay with his daughter in a village outside Aviemore in the Cairngorms National Park. He rode with Alex and Sam and they discussed his family (4 daughters) traveling, Scotland and sports. He was a very nice gentleman who seemed to enjoy ...
... Green. . . fabulous.history of Glasgow (& Scotland) in the People's Palace.
Next stop . . . looking for lunch. We wandered around Buchanan Street , near George Square & the Gallery of Modern Art and found a great spot for lunch . . .Ross's Original Bar where we had ...
... old and the exhibits are well set out. This museum won the European Museum of the Year for 2013 which, considering all the museums throughout Europe, is quite an achievement.
Adjacent to the museum building and moored on the bank of the River Clyde is a tall ship, the barque, "Glenlee". This ship was built in Glasgow in 1896 and first used as a cargo vessel. It finished its sea-going life in 1981 as a training vessel.
... a miserable day, never really ******* down but always kind of moist, the weather didn’t bother us too much-its just the way we expected Scotland to be.
Whilst I sat in a coffee shop out of the rain Dani again went “shopping”, well at least this time she actually bought some things that she needed like new shoes. I just like most men will never understand how women can go shopping for hours & come back empty handed.
When the ...
... but I have high hopes. I suspect I'll be the more difficult one to live with for a year, poor Abi!
And so it has been a month of lasts, my last shift at Orange, my last shift at the bar, last time seeing person A, person B, person C, last time renewing a railcard, last time paying rent, last time in Inverness, the endless countdown continues...
But not for long.