Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... sense for some reason than driving on the left. Was worried that I would end up on the wrong side but have made a mental image of two knights jousting where the knights pass shoulder to shoulder – on the right. Kind of dorkey, but I am in the land of jousting so it makes sense, at least to me. Roundabouts…gone through at least a hundred today and think I have them figured out. Really much more efficient that a stop light where you wait even if ...
... Inverness via Fort William which she was doing via whoop whoop land. I got the feeling that we were going far far away and on checking we were. Stop, we should go to the nearest town and check if we should continue on Miss Maples ridiculous plan or find another way to see some scenery. The local tourist bureau confirmed Miss Maple is a nutter and they directed us up and over the mountains (Grampian ranges). We travelled the Glen Coe mountains. They ...
... of taking the 9 hour ferry option. This was not by choice!! I would not advise such a decision unless you were in our situation, unable to fly because Rob recently had a collapsed lung. Reason enough, I'd say...
Once we arrived, we spent little time before setting out on the town. Thanks to Chris's 'in' we found the bar where the Irish had congregated to celebrate being just that, Irish. We jumped right in and had a great ...
... pipes in battle and wore kilts, wildly charging the British ranks with demonic ferocity.
Scotland today is about literature, the craggy highlands, hills of heather, Clans, kilts, Royalty, wildlife, history, battles and buildings.
We stopped briefly in Glasgow and admired a clean tidy city with lots of memorabilia leftover from the Games. From here we headed across the Isle of Sky, into the highlands ...
... must thank them all very much for their hospitality and lovely company, thank you for providing us with a bed and feeding us….hostels and 2 minute noodles for us from now on L backpackers budgets!
Jumpers off, sunnies on….Glasgow turned it on for us today. After the long bus ride our spirits were lifts to as high as they could be, a gorgeous Friday afternoon every Scot in Edinburgh was out to enjoy the town. We walked through the ...
Other places to stay in Glasgow
West End, Glasgow | 2 star hotelfrom $87
East Kilbride Road, Glasgow | Hotelfrom $99
City Centre, Glasgow | 3 star hotelfrom $65
Victoria Park, Glasgow | 3 star hotelfrom $109
Neilston Road, Glasgow | 3 star hotelfrom $116
80 Busby Road, Glasgow | Hotelfrom $180
Shettleston, Glasgow | Hotelfrom $65