Premier Inn Glasgow - Cumbernauld
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... nice and made the first leg of my trip smooth and worry free.
After checking my bags at Newark (with 0.5 pounds of free space!) and receiving my boarding pass (with TSA Pre-Check) I headed to the United Club lounge which I had received free passes to use for the day. It was amazing! It was the only place with free wifi in the airport and the comfy seats were a plus ...
A long old day but better than expected fir several reasons. Firstly the weather forecast predicted that from early morning it was going to deluge down. In fact, when I set off at 6.30, it was already spitting and looking very ominous to the west. But in fact it held off long enough for me to make the cafe at the Falkirk Wheel and then watch it chuck it down. After that we had a mixture of good dreich drizzle with the occasional downpour. Secondly, as 21 miles of ...
... penguin!!! To make matters worse the bloody ship is rocking around which means when I am trying to get somewhere I am kind of waddling, so not the look I was striving for!!! Went to the show which was called Tango in Argentina and had two top tango dancers as the headline act. Fab. Now Lianne would have loved this as she has a real ambition to throw her legs around a tango dancer, so if u know of one who may be looking for a 5 foot wee Scots woman to dance with pass on ...
A train ride of about 45 minutes took me to Glasgow, in the west of Scotland. Great service provided by Scotrail by the way. This shouldn't really come as a surprise but for Belgians it generally is, given the way public transport operates in Belgium.
Back to the order of the day though. The actual reason for my trip to Glasgow was Scothot 2013, Scotland's biggest 2B2 hospitality event.
... I started to get a little bored as there isn’t much to do in the highlands (especially since I covered most during the lock ness tour). There isn’t much in Isle of Skye apart from the great sceneries. After this tour I said bye to my new friends and headed back to the hotel. The next day I went back to Edinburgh to catch a flight to Ireland for the next day.
When I arrived back in Edinburgh I stored my bags in the lockers at the ...