Travelodge Glasgow Paisley Road Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- All-Suites Property
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... in the 70's. Why this place is not getting flooded with young hip professionals fleeing the high prices of Paris and London is a mystery to me. You can buy a 2 bedroom flat in a decent part of town for 75 k. Get here before it's too late!
A thousand people in the street
Sometime in the recent past, Glasgow had the good sense to drive cars out of the center of the city creating one broad pedestrian way snaking through the heart of the old ...
... I also purchased some yummy chocolate marshmallow decadent treats, as well as some biscuits (cookies) for snacking. We wanted some bottle water for the hotel, and was pleasantly surprised to get a 1.5 L bottle of spring water at Tesco for 19p or roughly 40 cents.
Tonight we are taking it easy relaxing at our hotel, hoping to get back some energy for our visit tomorrow with my cousin Will who is taking the train up from his home in ...
Landed in the land of Scots at noon on a beautiful sunny day. After checking in at the hotel, we took the train to the city centre where we had a relaxing lunch. Caught a Scot wearing the traditional kilt, playing his bagpipes. Tourist trap! Heading to the Highlands in the ...
... 163;10 which was a lovely way to taste various dishes. We all decided that salted caramel chocolate tart with pistachio ice cream was the ideal way to conclude our sojourn in Scotland. Yum! DOUG'S DIARY - Glasgow not fully open on Sunday. Tried for breakfast at the Bay Tree but not open at the advertised time of 9 am. Caught a taxi but as we passed the Bay Tree noticed that it was now open. Nothing was open in town and Andy would not go ...
... I quietly sipped our Lombok coffee on the beach that morning on Gili Trawangan. My trip had ended in paradise, a word
used often on this blog but never unjustifiably. In my mind I began to pick my way through the patchwork of experiences that had contributed to the most blissful few months of my life,
before I was interrupted by some unwelcome news twenty-five minutes before our
boat left for Bali: "Jim – we need to pay ...