ibis Budget Hotel Glasgow
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It was my dad's idea that I start journalling about my travelling with work. I've just got a promotion with work and although I've always clocked up a lot of miles travelling around the south of the UK, my new role will take me further north, travelling to Glasgow, Belfast and Manchester as well as my current 'patch'. I thought it might be …
I can't believe the time has come to say goodbye to all of you, how the last few years of hard saving (haha!) have flown in. I am going to miss you all so much, but never forget that I am only on the other side of the world - facebook/skype & ...
... amazing houses and churches and other noteworthy buildings. Last evening we went to see Batman (Paul stayed back to relax and read). My jury is out as to how many stars I'd give it. Jade's enthusiasm raised my opinion, though Batman seemed to only do 'Batman' things for a short period and spent the rest of the time angsting. Today has been SUNNY, definitely needs capitals. Back on the bus for a complete tour, on top this time. Sunny in capitals but I should also have ...
... is 22 years old. We need to take it easy on her.
Drive to Glasgow was good - main roads on the way. When near Glasgow tried to call Jim but his phone went to message bank all the time. So as we couldn't make contact we needed to find accommodation.
Youth Hostel was the answer - boy what a nice one. Needed to sleep in separate sex dorms but a lovely old building. Leon went out and took a few photos and then sleep.
... about themselves.
Glasgow is where my grandmother was born and we saw the gates of the maternity hospital which is now a lovely park in the university grounds. We had a guided bus tour on which we were the only patrons, and got to appreciate the city's history a little more as it gives a bit of a dark and depressing feel when you first drive into the city, with spooky dark stained stone buildings. The next day we moved on to Edinburgh which i liked better. We were staying ...