ibis Budget Hotel Glasgow
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... Why can’t t
they just hire enough immigration officers not to have perpetual hour long
waits on entry in a country at the airport? It’s not as if there’s any
effective limit on what the fees they can charge flyers to fund it.
Once I got things straightened out with my bank card that
initially wouldn’t work at the ATM I was in business. I really don’t understand
why banks request ...
... This explains why now I have had a cough for a week and a half. Another one of my roommates has had one for 2 and a half weeks. I am seriously hoping this never-ending rain of sickness ends soon!
Anyways, back to Glasgow, the pictures somewhat speak for themselves. I quite enjoyed the Necropolis, which is basically a huge hill with a bunch of dead people. Sounds pretty exciting, right? Well actually the graves and mausoleums are absolutely beautiful. They were just so ...
... we headed almost due south, and did some of the only highway driving of the trip. We were in Glasgow before noon. The sun had retreated behind heavy clouds, and the change seemed more appropriate to Glasgow, which we quickly saw was a very industrial city, and much larger than Edinburgh, only about 40 miles away. I have to admit that my expectations for Glasgow were very low, as I'd expected the industrial nature. Again, for the ...
... it was so beautiful! The bus station is right in the center of the new town so we just had to walk a couple blocks to Prince’s Street which is the main street in the New Town and you have a great view of the castle and the Old Town. Since it was about 5:30-6:00 we decided to head to our hotel and get settled in and then get dinner. We knew that our hotel was a little outside of the city centre, but on the map it didn’t look that far and we decided to walk to it ...
... 8216;tall people’ (back) section of a group picture, and angered a whole colony of these critters. While trying to get away, I noticed what I thought was a really hideous looking statue below the monument, which turned out to be a strange little man looking at me and shaking his strange little head. He looked like a statue, because his super-hero anti-midgie garb and face shield (see pics) blended in perfectly with the darker shades in the stone, and also because he ...