Scotland 6: Day 11
03.09.18 | Ayr > Glasgow | 10:08
It’s even sunnier and more beautiful than it was yesterday morning in Ayr. It would have been a perfect morning to go back out to the beach, but since I’m on a train, headed to my next stop, it’ll have to wait for another visit to this fine country.
When I checked out of the hotel, the desk clerk told me how much I owed for the room. I told her I had prepaid on the internet. She had to go through a bunch of notes before finding out that I wasn’t lying. In the meantime, I told her I could pull up a copy of my receipt, if it was necessary. She figured it all out and I was free to go without paying her tons of money.
I have one and only one goal for the day, and that is to not miss my stop like I did yesterday. I don’t even know where I’d end up this time.
Glasgow Hostel | 21:21
Just like every other time, Glasgow does not disappoint. Such a cool city! I spent the afternoon walking around and getting reacquainted with the city. I even ran into two different sets of missionaries… the Elders from Lehi and Bountiful and later a trio of Sisters- the one from Alpine, Utah approached me and asked me a question. We had a great chat! I forget where her two companions were from- somewhere out of Utah. They invited me to church, naturally.
For dinner, I found this very authentic American restaurant. I don’t know if you’ve heard of it: T.G.I. Friday’s. I had a crispy duck salad. It was delish, even if they put too much dressing on it. People drown their salad in nasty dressing! I’ve never understood that. Some of us actually like the taste of vegetables. Go figure. I googled to find a Karaoke bar, but the one I went to had been shut down. How rude! Decided it’s best to stay in.