The Anchorage Hotel
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Eventually arrived in Stewarton at a pub. Got invited in to have a drink, then we are parking out the back to stay the night, then we are eating dinner, then we are staying the night in the hotel. How nice and what lovely people. We could not have fallen on a better place to stay.
With a sigh of relief, I can tell you guys that I made it through today.
After a long night during which I couldn't find the sleep, the alarm was ringing at 6:30. You can probably imagine the mood I was in at this very moment ...? Nevertheless I crawled out of bed, had breakfast, got dressed and made my way to Haymarket station. Luckily the station is just around the corner of my house. If not, I would have needed to get ...
... this bandwagon at some stage, feel free!
Long story short, we booked are flights in October and we've been saving and researching ever since. With a few great occasions along the way. Yes, a formal congratulations to the 3 new married couples of the weddings we crashed this year! Thanks for the dinner Mr and Mrs Nelson.
... dirty city with people wanting to kill you around every corner. There are homeless people yes and rubbish is everywhere but the bin but the city is still amazing and nothing like what everyone says it is. That was the annoying thing about going to Glasgow. A lot of people were saying negative stuff to us that they had heard along the grapevine. It definitely was putting a damper on us before we even landed there.
I was in Glasgow for 3 months and I was supposed to ...
... there was no customs and we think it may be because we were still in the UK, but we were bummed because we wanted a Scotland stamp in our passports, oh well! So once we got off the plane we headed to the bus stop, to catch the bus that I researched that would take us into Glasgow so we could walk to our hostel. As soon as we got to the bus stop, the bus was there, how perfect! So we hopped on the bus and had about a 20 minute ride to the city centre of Glasgow. When we got off, ...