Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... for a quick wee, to the terminal and the train to the south terminal where Mick realises the car keys and his wallet are still in the toilet behind the arrival doors in the other terminal.
It only takes an hour to retrieve them and we can be on our final leg of the journey home.
They have managed to reinstate roadworks on the M25 and we get flashed as we enter. What else can go wrong?
... from my program decided to go into Glasgow to see James Bay. We took the bus to the train station in Stirling and bought a round trip ticket to Glasgow for only 8 pounds! The train ride there was awesome, we saw tons of beautiful scenery. When we got into Glasgow we stopped off at a little cafe where I got a dark chocolate mocha and a croissant. For those of you who know me, can imagine that I was in love with the croissant. We had quite a few laughs talking ...
... was assured by Paul it was. I had to do some essential shopping - the weather was getting cooler and one of my dresses, which had served me well, was bubbled and needed to go. We went TK Maxx (discount labels shop) and I picked up a couple of nice little bargains. I'm still in desperate need of upgrading my shoes but I will do that in London - apparently 8 1/2 is a big foot for women in Scotland. Rachael had organised High Tea that afternoon and ...
We pass the road to Stirling and are told that St Mungo is the patron saint of Glasgow. Glasgow was known for its textiles, ship building and railway carriage building. It was bombed in WWII. We drive by Dunbarton Distillery. It is hard to believe that Glasgow no longer builds ships. IT is doing well now. On our way into Glasgow we see the turnoff to the right to Paisley where Garry's family came from. We are told that Glasgow is built on 7 hills and our hotel, the Marriott is ...
... homebuilders association, so that your style was consistent with the areas architecture. It is famous for the inhabitants that gained their inspiration from the beautiful natural surroundings. The two most well known, were Beatrix Potter (1866-1943) and William Wordsworth (1770-1850). Beatrix Potter was an English author, illustrator, natural scientists and conservationist, best known for her imaginative children’s books featuring animals such as those ...
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