Premier Inn Glasgow - Bearsden
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... so we will be happy here but I do miss that lovely big bed.We went for a walk to find our way around and we seemed to walk for miles. By now we were cold and hungry but all we could seem to find was Italian and Nanny had had Risotto almost every night and was sick of it. I was happy that we got a cab back as my feet were very tired. We went to the Indian Restaurant just a few doors away from where we live. It was pretty good. We had a game ...
... This place is perfect, clean with a fair amount of space. We will be very comfortable for the next 4 nights. We unpack and head out for some groceries. We then head over to Domino's pizza and pick up some dinner. Our flat is located just outside the center of the city, but is only a 10 minute bus ride. We unpack and enjoy our apartment tonight.
Today we head out to see the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. We are taking the good old public transit, since ...
... is a nearby small mountain with a lookout point at the top of a cliff, offering great views of Edinburgh. After touring the castle, I went to lunch with Melinda, Robin, Cat, Krysta and Katie. I had a regular Shepherd’s pie this time and hot chocolate, both delicious!
We had a few more hours of free time until we had to meet the bus so I decided to go off on my own to look at the various shops so I wouldn’t be held up by the ...
Friday 10 August 2012 – Ballater to Glasgow
Today we had to leave for Glasgow. I was disappointed to be leaving this beautiful room – it was so relaxing, comfortable and spacious.
We had to continue our drive over the Cairngorm mountains – the scenery was spectacular again. We found a little ...
... entire luggage made it safely to Glasgow.
With our trolley of luggage, we made our way to the Hertz counter and collected the keys for our pre-arranged car. With a map that didn't show where our Glasgow accommodation was, we made our way into the city, purchased a street map and found our digs in Eastern Glasgow in a very narrow terrace.
Our host Alistair opened the door and greeted us like long lost friends. ...