Travelodge Glasgow Central
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... has told the owner he is too generous with his meals! And she is right. I had the most delicious roasted salmon with new potatoes set on a bed of salad, Dave had Trawlerman's pie with veges - delicious. We shared meringue cranachan (oatmeal, raspberries and whisky) and that was being greedy. Our room is beautiful and brekkies delicious. Off to buy fish and chips for dinner and will eat them on the waterfront.
Love Etta xxx
... but soon I got a text message back that seemed very enthusiastic, so that was nice.
There is a bus stop immediately outside this block of flats, and we were able to get a bus to the station just after ten. The train to Glasgow only took 50 minutes, and then we took a local train to their neighbourhood. Jane picked us up from the station, and took us back to her place for lunch. And then we had a lovely day. It was a rainy day - she and John kept apologising ...
... to the top of the hills there was an old pub (built in 1496 - just a bit older than our cathedral that we are all fighting over !!!) and there was smoke all over the road.We went in and asked if they had had a fire and she said no, they had just lit the fire and that was the smoke from the chimney. Arrived at Windermere about 2.30 and had a look around the area before tea. The hotel here is just beautiful and the meals the best yet. A free day ...
... high compared to other places I typically visit. But the water is drinkable and police presence is minimal. There are lot's of sheep.
The weather is wetter than Seattle and the people seem to just joke about it and go on. You should bring a umbrella or rain hat when visiting here.
I will publish this now but hope to add more to it when i get home
Go wander someplace!
... call for afternoon tea was never made and Aunt Margaret was on the bus. Oh well while we waited for her to return a big bus came up the street. Now this is one of those really narrow Scottish streets with barely enough room of a car never mind the bus. "The Banger Bus", yes thats what it was called and it was bright fluro coloured and had loud music blaring away. Stopping a few doors up two men in suits got off and stood near the door ...