Premier Inn Glasgow - Bearsden
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... seats were comfortable and the passing countryside beautiful. But so many stops along the way might be a bother, if I wasn't retired. So with a giddy grin, I just took a lot of pictures of the ...
... mountains and trading towns of the Silk Road begins with a humdrum early morning flight from Glasgow to Heathrow. Here I meet up with my sister and travelling partner. It is a long day: our flight to Istanbul leaves in the afternoon, and Istanbul is where the longest leg of the trip starts. But maybe the many stages do cast a bit of mysterious and exotic sheen over the trip.
... everyone passes in and around it. I have to also say how much I loved the hotel, and not because of the 70 plus page wine list (Hotel du Vin...Hotel of wine), but because to my mind it should be be called, Hotel du Baignoire...Hotel of the best bath ever! Yeh, bring on Hotel du Vin Edinburgh. I have to say though that we were somewhat challenged by our room name, rather than a number, all the rooms are named after a winemaker. Being the flake that I am I would leave Jack ...
... and I found myself a new jacket/jumper as the one I had was becoming way too stretchy. I couldn’t bring myself to throw it away though! We went and found some nice things for Holly too and then decided to head home on the crazy subway! Holly settled in with a nice packet of cupasoup and I was too tired to be worried about food. We decided that Glasgow might not be the best place to find good food. Either that or we just weren't at the right place.
... The fank is not so fondly remembered by the menfolk, as they were the ones who had to gather the sheep and do the tic dipping and the shearing. After the event, their Bernerian or is it Bernese (?) friends would sail off into the sunset.
I was thinking about this primitive cell phone system as we drove across the bridge to the once isolated island of Great Bernera. We drove over the ever winding road past grassy hills punctuated with sheep trails and huge rocky outcrops and the ...