Kincaid House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... with the city. Of coarse, James Watts is one of most famous for inventing the steam engine that had commercial value. We then were taken to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum which has a collection of British and continental paintings. Our guide took us to look at Macintosh's works. He ...
I give you one try to guess what day it is.IT’S MAHH BIIIRRRRRFFFDAY!Eh, I’m 20 :/Oh well!So I woke up really early today, which for those who know me
is not my ideal birthday morning.But it was ok as I was going with 4 other girls to the
Highland Games!As I was getting ready (in ironically the exact same outfit I
wore last year…such is a traveller’s life) I got given a box of chocolates!How sweet is that! ...
I thought i had better add something to my blog for the last few days but thinking back we haven't done much really. We had a slow start on Friday as Ross's cousin was off to work and we were left to our own devices. As we were going out to dinner in town and getting on the train to Glasgow on Saturday morning we were staying in town on Friday night. So we re-packed our bags and hopped on the local bus back into the main area of Manchester. We checked out a ...
... wasn't until 4:40pm. Well, it was a good thing we did leave so early because we got on a bus to Glasgow INTERNATIONAL airport when we were actually trying to get to Glasgow PRESTWICK. Thank you Scott for asking for the wrong airport! It was alright though because once we got to the international airport, there were some nice men who helped us get onto a bus that would take us to the train station and then from there we could get a train to ...
Our sunny days seem to have left us and today is overcast and cold. Esther, Bob, Gwen and Iven caught their train south to spend a few days in York. Doug and I also headed to Waverley Station but we went west to Glasgow. We were booked on the 10 am train but were early and caught the 9.45 instead. We came directly to the Albion Hotel where we have a very spacious and lovely room. We had enough time to find a laundrette ...