Travelodge Glasgow Paisley Road Hotel
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... stop for that day was at the Botanic gardens, I would have liked to visit a few more places but it was already at the point where places were closing so I just finished the bus tour. That night I met an Irish group that was there to perform in a march the next day, joined them to watch the football game, they were a rowdy fun bunch.
The next morning I left off to my two day trip to Inverness and exploring the Scottish ...
... and motifs. I could live in this house , on a hillside overlooking the Clyde.
We drive along the river to cross the Erskine bridge to meet M and H at the Ingliston Country Club. This is made more difficult as the sat nav took us to a junction, clearly not the location we sought. Sat nav had done as bid, the post code was not ....... Human error this time.
Very nice meal while viewing earnest young riders training in the indoor arena, very novel experience. ...
... with the sticks to run up their backs, and thankfully they seemed to really like it and find it good fun. After a chat we headed to the airport, very sad for our last flight and to be leaving Pete and Roisin who have been so very kind to us, taking care of us and treating us like royalty! We will definitely be back, and are looking forward to seeing them at New Year when they visit Glasgow. At the airport we felt even more like pros than we did yesterday. We still get bemused by ...
August 10, 2011
Not much to write about this day. I walked from Shaun's flat to spend several hours browsing about in second hand bookstores. The coolest one had a wrought iron spiral staircase leading up to the second floor. Amazingly I found a copy of the very book I wanted to buy at the Burrell museum for a fraction of the price. I also found some good books on the history of the Isle of Lewis and Calum's Road, a most interesting true story about a man on a small island in ...
... as well add to the whole look! So with the help of Rick, we walked along the Clyde River and then up to the north east end of the city to see the Glasgow Cathedral. It was a nice little walk and in no time we were at the cathedral. Now the cathedral is no Westminster Abbey with pristine looks, instead it looks a little more aged and rugged but still nice for a cathedral from the 12th century. They seemed to be doing some restoration on it, which it definitely needs. The look of ...
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