Premier Inn Glasgow Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... at 00:01 at their start by the Obelisk. Our friend John Vernon was the sweeper. At 00:30 it was time for the race brief by the railway station. A few more hellos and finally it was 01:00 and we were on our way. Through the tunnel and along the streets of the town centre, down the steps after the Obelisk and out of town heading north. The route is well marked but I carried a map in hand having heard of people doing extra miles at the start. I chatted to a few ...
... ferry disaster which happened here around 1968 where there was 750 odd passengers and I think it was over a hundred and fifty drowned. We were watching actual newsreel about it. They had winds reaching 160mph and could not get into the harbour. Really moving and sent us off happily to our cruise ship!!! Had my lunch and decided to leave out the chips and just settled for salad, pasta loaded with cheese sauce to make up for the muffin in the morning!! I have sauntered past the ...
... exhibits twice (once by myself, once with everyone else), a museum employee informed us the museum was closing in 10 minutes, so we left and walked towards the Hunterian Museum. Originally I had wanted to go to the Hunterian because of their Whistler exhibit, but the Kelvingrove had been so fascinating that I felt it was worth staying the whole afternoon. Knowing the museum would be closed, we walked over to the building anyway. It was also gorgeous, but in a completely ...
... off the plane through immigration, collected our bags, through customs in probably about 10 minutes. However because our flight had been changed our transfer wasn't there. A quick conversation with the organizer who said we'd need to claim through British Airways and suggested we catch a taxi. But since we're pretty familiar with HK- this is our fourth visit or it might even be five - we said we'd catch the train into Kowloon and get a ...
... keep your speed way down and the kids are 3 across the back with some of their luggage so they get cranky at times. Sights for the day...
Harry Potter Bridge (of yeah, and a monument)
Drive through Glencoe
I'll bet this is stunning. We catch glimpses of sloping valleys.
Stop at a roadside "fry truck" for hotdogs, hamburgers and ...