Premier Inn Glasgow - Cambuslang/ M74, Jct 2
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... they would have been able to see anyone wanting to attack coming. And I can imagine that this was a fairly easy Castle to defend.The cobblestone street leading up to the castle itself is the Golden Mile and it was packed with people. The Fringe Festival is on so there are street performers on every corner. We watched a guy doing stunts on a ladder, he was very funny. Then we heard a young guy playing guitar that he had across his lap, boy he ...
... different rooms. They also have a beautiful organ on the second floor. They hold concerts there and the sound of the music fills the building. The concert lasted about an hour and we sat listening while enjoying some coffee and cake. Yeah, this is what a travel is about. Experiencing what the world has to offer on a cultural, visual, gastronomical level.
After the Museum we head over to the Cathedral of Glasgow. We haven't board you with any museums or cathedrals in a ...
... It was a ladies jacket, though, so I asked the clerk if she had the same plaid in men’s. She said “no, but I can see that you like quality and if you like bold colors, I recommend Slater Walker.” She said it was one of the best stores in Scotland, if not the best, for men’s tailored clothing. It was only a few blocks away on Victoria Street! I absolutely loved it! The wooden door was large and so heavy; I ...
... at Glenshee (in the middle of nowhere) so decided to stop for a snack as it was nearly lunch time. The shop was amazing and not what I expected to see in the countryside. It had all sorts of pottery (a little chunky for my liking). However, it did have a quaint little room off to one side which was full of Christmas "stuff" ...
... loving the lilt of the Scottish accents! Alistair and Sheena were in the middle of re-wallpapering their living room. We were told the story of how the previous wallpaper was only three days old and still wet but needed to be changed as Sheena (according to Alistair) didn't like it. This friendly conversation and light banter was our introduction to Glasgow. Simply love it!
Our room is at the top of the narrow ...