Premier Inn Glasgow - Bearsden
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... for delivering us to the ground safely. I navigated to my flat, a remarkably splendid 19th century, West End Airbnb with the absolute nicest host, Lucy. I had a beautiful, airy bedroom with the most comfortable bed, fluffy towels and heated floors. Heaven! The West End is also a great neighborhood, close to Glasgow University, with lots of eateries and cafes, very central as well, which made for a great home base to walk about. Not long after I checked in the other ...
... Danes or Swedes. They seemed perplexed with the singing! We drove down through Glencoe and saw hundreds of small waterfalls coming off the mountains. There is a Glencoe on the Highway to Ruidoso NM. That green valley must have been named by someone who had remembered this highland one. More castles, Doune where many scenes from The Holy Grail were shot. the audioguide is done by Terry Jones and features some great Monty Python ...
... of Edinburgh . . . with a castle, and steep cobble streets. We'll check this out later on the trip!
After lunch, we walked around inside the wall, checking out some the interesting architecture.
Then we walked along The Back Walk to Old Town Jail. It wasn't open for ...
... is a real silk pashmina though, by setting the edges of both a real and a fake one on fire! Ally was keen for Cat to leave this stall, as he thought the man was being too friendly, and he didn't like that! Back at the hotel we had arranged to delay check out from 11 until 12:30 and so had time for a quick shower and change for the flight. Then we met with Pete and Roisin and had a coffee and cake or lunch in an room off the courtyard. We also gave them their present; one of the ...
... only useful information I retain from this was that a small army of cameramen were stationed at the Loch for months on end filming for activity in the Loch. I only retain this as an example of stupidity. Almost as stupid is the fact that we’d paid £16 to see it. If only we had known.
Moving on to the next town that we were intending on staying at we quickly change our minds as it was much larger than our map indicated to us. Being 5.30pm already this can be a ...