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TripAdvisor Reviews Lorne Hotel Glasgow
Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... straight to Glasgow as we wanted to check that Frans' luggage had perhaps been forwarded to the Glasgow airport as promised by Virgin airlines.
The scenery along this road towards Loch Lomond is absolutely beautiful, the meadows are green and the cows and sheep are extremely well rounded and content with their grazing pastures.
Passed the town of Glencoe where you will find the world renowned centre for mountaineering. The nearby ...
... near the city center.
I really expected the center of Glasgow to be a lot like
London’s center with a large number of ugly brutalist building monstrosities favored
in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s as a form of urban renewal. Glasgow actually
has very few of those, maybe because there was less damage from the German
Blitz in WWI than in London and other cities farther south. There are certainly
modern office precincts around center city, a sleek ...
... hard to describe the harshness yet beauty of it all. Its nearly summer yet there is fresh snow on the mountain tops and fast flowing creeks, streams and waterfalls. All this down to marshy bogs and moors or wonderfully green valleys. Always changing,
Stopped at Spean Bridge Commando Memorial. Which looks onto Ben Nevis the mountain. It was this area the green berets trained during world war 2. Hence the memorial ...
... it was past 9.30pm and everyone was a bit of a wreck. I still hadn't had dinner so I went out on a zombie walking mission to find a supermarket. After walking for 30 minutes and not finding much I stumbled across a Tesco and headed in. Feeling like a serious veggie hit I got some chicken and veggies and brought them back to the hostel for a stir fry. It felt amazing to get some nutrients after nothing but **** at ...
... shopping strip, the Collins St of Glasgow is what I am running with and also the family name our Pop (Bob) and his daughter Janice (Mum). Coincidentally the name of the pub just around the corner was the Sir John Moore Hotel hence I was feeling rather at home in what was our first 30 minutes in the city. This feeling of home had obviously rubbed off on Sydney Su for it wasn't long before we were shopping! To be fair my travelling companion is a very efficient shopper ...