Travel Blogs from Glasgow
On Saturday morning, I woke early to gather my things and prepare for my trip to Glasgow, Scotland. Glasgow is only about an hour west of Edinburgh, so I caught a morning bus that departed from the main bus station. On the bus, I met a girl named Jillian. Jillian is a local Scottish girl from Glasgow studying to be an actress. She informed me that she worked at the Edinburgh Dungeon tourist attraction, which was actually right across the street from St. Christopher's. She also informed ...
... has told the owner he is too generous with his meals! And she is right. I had the most delicious roasted salmon with new potatoes set on a bed of salad, Dave had Trawlerman's pie with veges - delicious. We shared meringue cranachan (oatmeal, raspberries and whisky) and that was being greedy. Our room is beautiful and brekkies delicious. Off to buy fish and chips for dinner and will eat them on the waterfront.
Love Etta xxx
... including a typo and a spelling mistake) and after a bit of frustration I found the number in the online white pages.
Jane is my big brother's old girlfriend, and she has stayed friendly
with the family. She and Mum still exchange Christmas cards. She was out when I called last night, but her husband at least seemed to know of me. So the plan was that I'd call again this morning. The first time I tried there was no reply, so we started making ...
This morning I am off to the Victoria Halls before work to cast my vote, as this is the day Scotland gets to decide whether or not to become independent. Not being an early riser, I have missed the first rush and the street outside the polling station is not much busier than usual. Just as I am about to turn into the entrance, a monster of a lorry pulls up by the kerb and the driver emerges to walk into the polling station. I am interested to see that the lorry is Polish - EU ...
... the dog' :) however the surroundings and buildings were stunning.
Stirling Castle next, by this time I was onto it and enthusiastic, these are places that I never imagined I would see, we had 2 hours there, so was able to poke and take our time, no crowds to hassle us.
This is the last day of our tour, and Trafalgar Tours does what is called (Be my Guest), they aim for ...
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