Premier Inn Glasgow - Cambuslang/ M74, Jct 1
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20th June 2003
Windy showers 17 degrees
Travel Inn Glasgow £44.95
Today we drove to see Cove where Grandma's ashes were scattered and intended to get the ferry. It was too cold and windy (the lake had waves) so had a look from across the lake. On the way we had a look at Newark Castle which was quite small …
19th June 2003
Carlisle to Glasgow
Windy rain 17 degrees
Glasgow Travel Inn £44.95
We left Carlisle and headed to Hadrians Wall (or some of the remaining bits). We also saw a Roman Fort ruin where nearby I was able to get a photo of a black faced ram and lambs. Next stop was Dumfries where we looked in …
... other than the St Mungo's Harry Potter connection) but was in fact very interesting. This museum houses displays of all the major religions that are practiced in Glasgow and I particularly enjoyed the room which has a series of photos in chronological order of the major celebrations of each religion and other room which featured the major milestones in life, birth, puberty, adulthood etc and how each religion deals with these milestones. When the museum closed and I had to leave ...
... Marion and made my way back to Belfast. The train ride back to the North was quite uneventful, and I made it to my new hostel without much delay. This time I was staying in Belfast's Hosteling International Hostel. Like most hostels in this chain it was large, bare bones, and impersonal - but it got the job done. For the first time on my trip I actually arrived early enough in my room to snag a bottom bunk, which was a nice surprise. especially considering that apparently the hostel ...
... of good here is incredible. I had some mean mexican (chilli chorizo burrito....I almost exploded with deliciousness!!), great Persian, amaaaaaaazing Indian, out of this world burgers, and more. The only cuisine that's missing here, not surprisingly, is sushi. But we are in the UK after all!! We did spend a great deal in various pubs around the West End and City Centre. Local gems, neighborhood pubs, and even the big-n-nasty chains (Walkbout. Ugh)...but it was necessary!! ...
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