Travelodge Glasgow Paisley Road Hotel
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If you look hard in the last photo you will see the Calmac ferry in the background with Dave closer. We left the cottage this morning and drove to Ardrossan to catch the ferry to the Isle of Arran. We had booked for the 3.15 pm however got to Ardrossan at 11.30 am and caught the earlier one. The temp was 25C. It was a spur of the moment decision as had four days to fill ...
... terrible it was, but frankly it was pretty much what we'd been expecting from Scotland. But then they offered to take us out for a drive, and I admitted I'd hoped that they might. (By going to see them it means that we are flagging the day trip that we thought we might take to Loch Lomond. It wasn't somewhere we were desperate to see, it was just a famous place within cooee of Edinburgh.) But we ended up driving to the southern tip of Loch Lomond anyway, so we still got to ...
... in 2008.
Feeling ready to tackle the left-side driving, we headed back to Waverly Station to grab the car for the 5 minute escape out of Edinburgh on the M9 Highway. Fifteen wrong turns, two direction requests and a personal escort from a cab driver leaving a golf course 10 miles out of town to get us back to the highway, and off to Stirling we went. We finally arrived in Stirling where we checked into the hotel so Sam could shower ...
A typical summer morning in Glasgow, according to the locals. Raining. We did not have anything particular that we wanted to do this morning, but were due to meet up with Kenny Walker at 2 p.m. As the Mitchell Library was close by to our hotel we decided to walk there and have a short browse in the hallowed halls of this place revered by people researching their Glasgow roots. As we went in by an entrance that we later found was not the main one, we were greeted by a ...
Suddenly a girl dressed in black except for a pink tutu and pink shoes came from a house shortly followed by a group of girls dressed lick the circus. The the bride to be emerged with her veil. Looks like a big hens night was planned.
Relieved that this was not the bus our Aunt was arriving on we waited patiently and she soon appeared and treated us to a lovely afternoon tea and then we all went out for dinner.