Travelodge Glasgow Central
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... hot projector bulb.
In many cities most of the grand old buildings were torn down and replaced with the modernist boxes we see today. Not so in Glasgow. The city was so depressed from the 1950s to the 1980s that there was not economic incentive to level them. So today they remain, many empty and in disrepair, some refurbished. It makes for great wabi-sabi- the beauty of the decay.
The place feels like Berlin 20 years ago or the Lower East Side ...
... roughly $6 CAD. I chose a delicious chicken, bacon and savoury stuffing sandwich with Haggis flavoured crisps. Both choices were scrumtious. Nancy had a egg salad and bacon sandwich with baked salt and malt vinegar crisps, while Courtney had a honey mustard chicken pasta salad with sweet chili Thai crisps. Nancy and I shared our sandwiches so we could each try both varieties. We chose these combos last summer for a few different meals in England ...
... lusher, forested Loch Lomond - cruise, very scenic, saw cave where Rob Roy hid, waterfall next to hotel was featured in movie The 39 Steps Tarbet Bay Hotel where the cruise finished is built in the Scottish Baronial style On to Glasgow, quick tour of the city. This drive down the west coast was the most beautiful scenery we had yet seen, just ...
... of Glaswegians. The Hop On Hop Off bus seemed the most direct way to get there but unfortunately we didn't give ourselves enough time. We decided to catch the bus regardless and it gave us a good overview of the city which Andy also appreciated. For dinner tonight we decided to walk to Byres Road in West Glasgow. We finally decided to eat at The Grosvenor Cafe which is in an old cinema theatre. Food was excellent. Three of us chose 3 small plates ...
It was 26 August 2012, and time to go home. What had crept into my brain
as a pipe dream as I gazed out of the window one day in my Birmingham office had come true. I had found a new job, left my old job, rented my house out and done nothing but travel for the
four-month expanse that stretched out tantalisingly between my life as a solicitor and my new life as a barrister.
Those sun-drenched months now lay behind me as ...