Premier Inn Glasgow - Bearsden
Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... with a cafe. Part way through lunch Meg and Harris had to unexpectedly leave as Jarrod's mum Lily had arrived at the airport a day earlier than expected. I stayed on and explored the museum. It was quite an interesting museum being able to see how people had been living for the last hundred years, or slightly more. Particularly the recreation of the single end apartment which was smaller than my parents lounge room and would have housed an entire family, and these were not ...
... skies, frosted ground and falling leaves. And also the days when it "warmed up" to 4c when it was foggy and slightly damp, the mist so thick that it just envelops you until you can't see in front of you. It all adds to the mystical and magical feel of the land!! Ahhhhh but Glasgow is such a great city for me. Old buildings are everywhere you look!! The university itself is just an amazing grand building, the art gallery and museum, the city hall...all these beautiful old ...
... highlight of the day.
Day 166: We didn't even try to figure out things to do today so we just stayed in the room for most of the day, watched some shows, went for a couple of walks for lunch and dinner but that was about it.
I do feel bad that we probably wasted our time in Glasgow but there wasn't that much that interested us and we just booked too many nights. Oh well, on to Ireland!
... a lengthy period of relative economic decline and rapid de-industrialisation, leading to high unemployment, urban decay, population decline, welfare dependency and poor health for the city's inhabitants. There were active attempts ...
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