Premier Inn Glasgow - Bearsden
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Good flight into Glasgow. Flew over Newcastle. Small wait at Border Control. Nervous moments waiting to see if our luggage flew with us. Out to arrivals where Natalie was waiting to drive us to the Jury's Inn. Nice room. Went for a wander before returning to the bar & having a Murphy's Stout or two. I think I was in bed & asleep not long after 8.30pm local time. Shirls body clock decided to wake her at 3.00am! Thank goodness for the eye mask I got on ...
... 1112">escape the reality of it for long periods of time, but that got taken away in
an instant.After a while though, I began to feel quite content there. The staff were lovely and made me feel at home.I can fully understand why George loved it there. He may not be there in person anymore, but boy you can tell
his legacy and spirit still lives on in that place.You can feel it.Lisa xo
... back to 1G Bryson Street, where we used to live, which is now town houses and not apartments. It was funny to see how small a place Faifley really is, we thought it was so big when we were small but it wasn't everything was not that far away. Not much had changed in 15 years but it was cool to see the place again.
Aunty Pamela got home a bit later on and Aunty Helen came round for dinner. We ordered in some Indian cause Dad had said Glasgow does the best Indian he has every ...
Friday was a free day for our group. Some people went to Stirling. Some went as far north as they could and still be back by midnight (that's Inverness, in case you were wondering). But some of us hung around Glasgow. We hadn't really gotten to see it on our previous day there because we were racing to get to out appointments on time. So on our free day, we took our time. Our first stop was for coffee and Internet time. We had thought that all of our dorms would throughout ...
... were being jeopardised by some suicide terrorists who'd set themselves on fire as they drove into the terminal. They were so upset that some of them set upon the terrorists by kicking them, and not to put the flames out either!
We enjoyed the friendly banter over breakfast before gathering our things to go out for the day.
A short walk down the street to Belgrove Station with the promised 4 minute train trip into Queen Street, ...