Premier Inn Greenock
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Loch Lomond is stunningly beautiful and popular leisure destination has been featured in song and is Scotland's second largest freshwater lake, dotted with many islands. The Lomond song… You take the high road and I’ll take the low road and I’ll get to Scotland before you. This song was written about two soldiers reminiscing about days gone by. Walking wih their sweethearts along the loch. One soldier was going to ...
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We have friends who have the largest balcony we have ever seen on a cruise ship. They have a sailaway party each day we leave a port and we go there each for most sailaways. There we over 10 of us last night. The port had a bagpipe band playing and many locals came to see us leave. It was a sunny and fairly warm evening. It all resulted in a very enjoyable ...
Today we docked in Greenock, Scotland which is known as the Gateway to Glasgow. This was definitely one of the better ports for hospitality. Upon disembarking the ship, we were met by two men in full Scottish regalia. Usually the ship's crew dress up for photos at the bottom of the gangway, but today they were authentic representatives. Once inside the terminal building, we were met by volunteers offering trays of whiskey shots. Kier was particularly impressed that ...
The day started drizzly, looks like the sun has left for awhile. Paid for brunch and internet in the room at the Marriott Hotel, a pretty busy business place next to the Metrocentre, biggest shopping mall in Europe. We didn't go to the mall and didn't go into Newcastle to see one of the many famous bridges over the Tyne, because we had a ways to go west to Greenock, a Scottish shipping port. First stop: Hadrian's Wall, built in the early ...
We had joined a tour arranged by Ginni DeLorenzo at the port of Greenock. Gordon Ross of Great Scot Tours picked the 14 of us up at the pier shortly after 8:00 AM. We headed right off into the countryside toward Loch Loman. Our first stop was the charming village of Luss on the shore of the lake. The gardens and small stone cottages were beautiful and you could easily see why it has become a popular stop for tourists. ...