ibis Budget Hotel Glasgow
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the updraft, drifting slowly across the pitch as it descends, and touches the ground softly at the exact moment that a Uganda player scores a try in a parallel movement. Disregarded, the feather lies on the grass through the rest of the evening.
Scotland play again, now more equally matched against Canada, and an anxious tension builds up until they score: I roar along with rest when the forward in blue outruns his rival and touches down for the ...
... to Lanark as I was, but she is 87, has had a stroke two years ago and is driving. How did they let her drive when they won’t let me in some places? I didn’t want to travel with her. Eventually I escaped and it was pouring, so much so that a little red headed, 15 year old boy from Forth, accepted the offer of shelter under my umbrella at the bus stop. When I got to Forth I realised I ...
... and then and it seemed rather random until......we noticed a rock sitting beside her and she nudged it at trev....so he picks up the rock and throws it and she plays fetch. Now that is a tough dog.....scottish dogs are so tough they play with rocks!!! poor dog eh. dont worry she loved it and so did trev! it took everything to get ...
... than ours, so I checked the label and it was made with real sugar, no high fructose syrup!
We took a long walk up to the Glasgow Cathedral - which was as stunning as most other cathedrals I have seen! We also checked out the necropolis behind the cathedral. It was interesting to read the tombstones - so many woman and children & infants who died at such early ages...so many families had lost multiple children before the age of 5!!! I just ...
... Wars so we headed back into Buchanan Street to go to CineWorld - the tallest movie theatre in the world. Tickets were L4.50 and the movie was cute... made me miss NYC and my best friends, but it was fun. We then went back to the underground (I now know my way from anywhere in the area... getting lost is good for that) but found a terrible discovery: the last train left at 5:50 on Sunday and it was 6:01. We wandered a bit looking for a bus, and then gave ...