Premier Inn Glasgow - Cambuslang/ M74, Jct 2
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... developed by the Scots - ginger beer blended with the water of life (whiskey). Hello new favorite beverage. During the next few games Rachel and I got to know each other and we have a lot in common. It's always validating to find other solo travelers, even more so <i>female</i> solo travelers. We all have similar stories and goals and honestly a lot of the same world views. As I've said before, traveling makes the world smaller, and provides a global ...
... and refined. Glaswegians have their own accent and are a bit grittier but very nice! From cab drivers to the barristas at starbucks everyone is exceedingly pleasant. Now we are worn the hell out and tired of each other. Sam got upset Alex might have eaten his doritos in the car. How old are they? I heard her tell him to "calm the hell down"....she might have heard me say that to her father once or twice on this trip. :) Time to go ...
The drive back to Glasgow wasn't so uneventful! We had a few missteps finding our hotel . . . note to self -- write down the address, not just the street!). We parked at one end and the hotel was at the other . . . a cold, wet half hour walk. And then, Gary had to retrace our steps to go back to get the car.
An early night . . . looking forward to tomorrow.
... with the sticks to run up their backs, and thankfully they seemed to really like it and find it good fun. After a chat we headed to the airport, very sad for our last flight and to be leaving Pete and Roisin who have been so very kind to us, taking care of us and treating us like royalty! We will definitely be back, and are looking forward to seeing them at New Year when they visit Glasgow. At the airport we felt even more like pros than we did yesterday. We still get bemused by ...
... how far will the next small suitable town be? will it have accommodation?
An hour later we roll on into Grant Town on Spey, a town about the size of Gulgong (for those back home) located as the name suggests on the river Spey. We caught the info centre just as he was closing up & we were told that all the hotels in town were booked out. Bugger I thought but then he mentioned a bunk house that had beds but we would have to share. No problem for us!!