The Pipers' Tryst Hotel
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... were built in 1967 - so there is some bitterness around useful life terminology here - but I will brush past that in my rush to describe our accommodation in that first week.
Where to start? Perhaps with our own introduction to the rooms. To get to our flat (which is made up of five bedrooms, a single shower/toilet and a very small kitchen) one had to first walk down a corridor the length of the building, though a heavy locked fire door and down three floors ...
... the Greenock train station and that she would wait there at the station for her to come back and retrieve it. Yet another example of how nice the Scottish people are!
As soon as I got back to the ship in Greenock, a whole group of my friends were just leaving to go to a bar a few blocks away. It was so great to see them all—Lauren, Melinda, Aaron, Eric, Holly, Thomas, Dana, Cat, and a new friend named Cosette. We went to a ...
"Art is the flower. Life is the green leaf. Let every artist strive to make his flower a beautiful living thing, something that will convince the world that there may be, there are, things more precious more beautiful - more lasting than life itself" - Charles Rennie Mackintosh
The importance of art to society cannot be overstated. Art is literally the colour that brightens up what would otherwise be a blank and sad canvas. If I had to pick a theme for my last day in Glasgow it ...
... for a little while. A bottle of whiskey, brandy & rum think that should do us fine for now.
Got in to Glasgow around 10 thirty ish to pick up our fast tickets to Newcastle from Central station then walk up to Queen street to get our train. All went rather smoothly other than the old man complaining about lack of street signs (that were everywhere) the long walks (which were labelled on the signs in distance). We grabbed a couple of cheeky bevvies ...
... I am more than that; I think I have an addiction, one I don’t plan on giving up in a hurry.
As in most cities we have visited, there is a tourist bus, usually open top double-decker, you can get on and off at various points and the ticket lasts one or two days. So this was the Glasgow plan, we hopped on, checked the map and got off at the Glasgow Cathedral, the next bus would be 20 minutes, surely long enough considering how many churches ...