Travelodge Glasgow Paisley Road Hotel
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... were closing, I jumped on.
The train had wifi, thank goodness, and I figured out that I didn't fly into Glasgow International Airport, I flew into Glasgow Prestwick Airport.
They're not even remotely close to each other.
I don't know how I don't get lost every time I leave the house.
The hostel was cute and pretty simple. I stayed in a all girl room, with a couple girls that seemed pretty reclusive. I asked if they wanted to get ...
... and would have housed an entire family, and these were not the smaller sized families of today's, there would have been families of more than 10 people living in the one room. I then walked to Glasgow Cathedral which was suitably impressive having 2 levels, the first at the ground level of the door and the second below, but having been constructed on a hillside the lower level still has windows and natural lighting. Next to the cathedral is St Mungo's Museum of ...
... with the actions was a super hit again perhaps more screamed then sung but they had soul!
One nice surprise was being invited out for a KFC (yes the first in town) at a new mall which didn’t really have any shops in it yet just escalators and a KFC and Pizza Hut. However, these escalators were quite the event and families would come in just to ride them. Kids would have to be gently persuaded and it brought back the times when I used to believe that ...
Its over a year ago since we've been back home from our long trip and we've still not finished our blog! We've been going through our pics and trying to sort them all out to a manageable number (not an easy task!). So in the process we thought we'd ...
... overwhelmed and very ill at ease. It was the wrong place to be and I left hastily. I know there were people buried there under the flagstones and in the raised tombs, but I enjoy walking in cemeteries, Perhaps we can’t explain everything.
I walked back to the centre of town to make my bus booking for Friday. So far unsuccessful, but I am to go back and it might even be free. If I was Scottish it would be. ...