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... wine and a French beer. They had an in house "chili oil" that was very good and the pizza was a very thin crust which we like. Very good. The "Prince Shops" is a small area just off one of the main shopping areas. Several stories high with a floor to ceiling opening there are small boutique shops and restaurants. Very nice area. We returned to ship around 5:00 ...
... Ardossan a miserable place with all the shops having shutters that were down reminded me of Bourke.
7th. Happy Birthday Helen. Went to Luss on the shores of Loch Lomond nice little place but very expensive there was a nice little place there with nice gardens and in the main street the houses looked great. We then followed Loch Lomond up over the mountains which are great a couple of them had a small amount of snow on them on the way we stopped at Crianlarich ...
... row of exactly the same houses. Even in what looked like new estates, it's the same same...... Maybe they don't have any architects?
We did a little research with our B&B book and Google last night so we had an idea of where we are going to stay and headed to the Clifton Hotel. It's in an area just outside the city centre, probably a 15 minute walk, opposite the botanical gardens, a trendy little shopping strip, the university etc, etc.
... he'd have been happy to go, but a minute OVER an hour made it untenable.
It turned out to be a really interesting part of the day. The route took us through Kelvingrove park, one of Glasgow's famous open spaces, then through an increasingly ropey, VERY Glaswegian neighbourhood, all industrial wasteland and boarded up shops and so on, (and a squirrel in a bit of wasteland! Later, returning from dinner through the suburbs, we saw a fox trotting unconcernedly down ...
... it, I was lucky enough to be able to take Gillian's from the first semester a long to our room! We then were taken to our room which is HUGE!!!! There are two people per room and after some rearranging and changing of bed orientations (lots of lifting and kicking) we are settled. We each have our own desk, loft bed with storage beneath, and 2 sets of drawers as well as a wardrobe each and a shared sink and bathroom. The room overlooks the gym and soccer ...