Premier Inn Glasgow - Cambuslang/ M74, Jct 2
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Stuart, who lived with Mum and Dad in Lower Hutt in the sixties, picked us up and drove us to Luss on the banks of Loch Lomond. The first photo is
Stuart and I together outside of the church in Luss. There are ...
... helped us to keep warm. We didn't get any rain for the first hour or so, but after that we
encountered showers and the wind was pushing us around as well - not the most pleasant of riding conditions.
We reached Glasgow about 3pm cold and tired. We are staying with Neil and Isobel Reilly, cousins of our brother in law Michael Reilly. Neil and Isobel are leaving for Australia on June 12th and will be using our house while they are in Aus. We will ...
... Duart Castle we visited yesterday and the lighthouse across the firth. Again, copious pictures were taken by many aboard. We returned to the bus before we arrived so we can continue our journey to Glasgow. Along the way we stopped for a quick photo stop for Kilchurn Castle, the ancestral home of the Campbells. On the bus, John went over the buses out tomorrow and who goes when. Our bus is at 6:00 and we bring our own bags to the bus. He then gave us the individual trip ...
... view across the eastern side of Lake Titicaca to the mountains beyond. We paid 120 Bolivianos (£12) for the room and breakfast: a tad overpriced by local standards, but we did have a fantastic view from our window. Isla del Sol isn't very developed, but there are a few places to eat and buy basic supplies. Since we didn't have access to a kitchen, we chose a small restaurant with panoramic views of the sunset. I ordered a cheese and ham toastie and chips, Jen ordered ...
An anticipated two and a half hour walk in the rain did not eventuate as the central city guided walks have been discontinued, so I got on a hop on, hop off, double decker bus instead. First stop for me was Glasgow West University and the Hunterian Museum. It confirmed that Lister’s breaktrough work on infections in surgery etc. happened while Patrick was a student at the Medical School where ...