Travel Blogs from Glasgow
I am so excited about going to Australia and becoming a teenager. It shall be great. Santa will come and he will give me lots of present, I hope! I've got one more day of school left and then we are driving to Manchester to get our flight at 2pm on Thursday. I think the flight is going to really bad because its 24 hours long. What am I going to do? I hope there will be a lot of movies and nice food. ...
So we're at the stage of planning everything. We know the basic route we want to go on, first Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands for a while as mark is heading out to work there for a bit then we can head to South America to travel around until the money runs out. Now we need to get all the details sorted but its difficult to know how much to plan because you don't want to be stuck ...
... eyebrows which took up three quarters of her forehead informed me I was in the wrong seat! Which was a shame because I seemed surrounded by decent, chatty folks especially the bloke JIm sitting nesxt to me. Fortunately, the lady whose seat it was kindly offered it to me which I was immensely relieved about when I spied a particularly leery looking gent next to her looking disappointedly in my direction!
It transpired Jim was from Prestwick and ...
... cider. Aaron, Lisa and I went last Friday (Sept 28) and we saw “And The Children Never Look Back”, a play set on a remote island about childhood memories, mythical tales, and horrific events (children being taken by the sea). To be honest, I thought a one-hour, two-actor play would be boring and terrible, but it was actually really engrossing and interesting, and the play, pie and pint was definitely worthwhile—I hope to go again before the semester is ...
... 5 (built 1942) Spitfire plunging straight into the Scottish moorland. As we laid our wreaths and messages of remembrance on behalf of all of his family it was impossible to not experience some emotion standing there quietly in the peaceful albeit rather overgrown surroundings.
In all we had spent some 2 hours at Craigton and it was late in the afternoon by the time Scott had driven us back to our hotel via the tunnel beneath the Clyde. After another chat to ...
Other places to stay in Glasgow
West End, Glasgow | 2 star hotelfrom $76
East Kilbride Road, Glasgow | Hotelfrom $69
City Centre, Glasgow | 3 star hotelfrom $59
Victoria Park, Glasgow | 3 star hotelfrom $99
Neilston Road, Glasgow | 3 star hotelfrom $89
80 Busby Road, Glasgow | Hotelfrom $224
Shettleston, Glasgow | Hotelfrom $60