Travelodge Glasgow Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Happy Easter!! Today was a rest day. A sleep in and a slow drive to Glasgow. Only some random photo stops on the way down. Quiet night in getting ready fir the flight tomorrow.
... to see a huge assortment of Canadian decorations (really hard to come by in Scotland apparently, LJ was for sending me to the USA!) and that we'd struck a deal with the place (the waiter fancied LJ, obviously :-P) to eat from their lunch menu! So we confused the poor lassie who came to take the order by telling her we wanted all the tapas on the menu times 2, no actually scrap that, we wanted all except the seafood and double up on bread, no actually scrap that, we wanted 4 ...
... with some local children about our same age. We split the delegates into three groups and rotated them through three activities. They played volleyball, did a cultural activity, and the human demolition and learned about being a DJ. After the activities were done, we made sandwiches and all had lunch together. We then gathered our things and walked to Dunolly Adventure Outdoors ...
... to head out for a drive and lunch somewhere. The rest of us came back inside and got all the Christmas decs down then had a spot of lunch.
Linda and Frank need to do a quick check on their boat Uncle Findley so we decided to go for a drive with them. It was a pretty miserable wet day but once Frank had done some quick maintenance on the door, we all went aboard and spent a most enjoyable hour or so having a ...
We all slept particularly hard and well, which was good, as we had another long day ahead of us. Another fantastic breakfast -- this one topped off with home-baked breads -- and we were off toward Glasgow. Only the night before we'd read about Doune (pronounced "Dune") Castle, which was only 20 minutes or so from Stirling. It was made "famous" by the movie "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," as much of the movie was filmed in and ...