Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... or vice versa. I like going at my own pace. Most of the shops on the Royal Mile were pretty touristy but I did find some lovely things. I found a green, tweed sport coat with orange windowpane that fit me perfectly. It was the last one and was pretty inexpensive compared to what it would be if I found it in the U.S. so I bought it! Then, I went into another store where I saw a really nice plaid with bold colors imposed on a more ...
... joined the conversation, now mostly about photography as she had just acquired a DSLR after years of point-and-shoot, and of course wanted to show us some (very good) photos of Iona.... We are constantly amazed and delighted by the way in which Scots of all ages so readily and easily and pleasantly converse with strangers anywhere and everywhere. It's such a joy, perhaps especially when you are far from your own family and friends.
It was a misty morning, so thick as ...
... labneh ball, halloumi cheese, chick peas, balila and olives. It was refreshing, filling and delicious! Leonie and I decided that since we were tired, in need of a shower and sleep - what would it hurt if we had a Gin and Tonic! Leonie asked the Hostie when they would come with the drinks trolly. The beautiful hostess with the poetic Scottish accent said "oh in a couple of hours" ....... So Leonie ordered a couple of Gin and Tonics until then, ...
... on the computer for an hour because I had to wait for the bus. I cried a little by because I wanted to go home.
Then I walked 3 min to the bus stop with all my stuff and waited there. One of the buses that I needed was late but it drove straight past so I got the next one and got to the main bus station and asked the info desk where I was to go. Lucky it was right outside the door so ...
... the loo's! Kept walking up and down the main street, going between the signs that said Public toilets, before finally seeing them in and entrance in the middle of the street - underground!!
After this pitstop we continued heading west where we saw 5 more castle- it was like 'oh look there's a castle' 'no look over here, here's a castle'. Amazing to see them just there.
But soon enough we were in Scotland! Yay! Scotland!
Glasgow is a funny place. we can't ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Crookston Hotel Glasgow
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