Travelodge Glasgow Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... no end of issues with vodafone in the beginning of the trip and went in to a store explaining what I needed to have access to (lots of texts to the group, some data, little calling) I was sold a 40 GBP sim card with 2GB data, unlimited text and unlimited calls. At no point did the sale person (who had already comment on my status as tourist) mention that there was no possibility of being able to text internationally or that calling international numbers would ...
... 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 ...
... an overdose lead to their breakup. Their was a special tribute to John Lennon, and his music post-Beatles. All along we are hearing recordings of their family and friends, and some early recordings of their music. Kind of spooky were the life-sized wax figures. I saw a pair of hose, that I once bought with my babysitting money, with silhouettes of the Beatles printed on them.
From there, we drove to an area known as ...
... off the plane through immigration, collected our bags, through customs in probably about 10 minutes. However because our flight had been changed our transfer wasn't there. A quick conversation with the organizer who said we'd need to claim through British Airways and suggested we catch a taxi. But since we're pretty familiar with HK- this is our fourth visit or it might even be five - we said we'd catch the train into Kowloon and get a ...
Still no luck with Geordie, or his big house. I had become almost convinced that the large house on the rise was the only possibility, being larger and unlike any others in the village. However, just before I left today Jim gave me a photograph of the building, (which is straight across the street from him), when it was a shop. The surprise is that the best part of the house is not there, so it must have been carefully matched with the rest ...