1/26.- Welcome to Excursions from Glasgow
Welcome to this photo tour of Excursions from Glasgow.
These colorful buildings attract the hordes of tourists who
visit the popular seaside town of Ayr, located in the southwestern
part of Scotland.
Trains for Ayr leave from Glasgow's Central Station, and the
journey takes about one hour. Nothing, however, can beat exploring
by car, for you can stop anywhere you want as you meander your
way along winding roads and discover hidden lochs and valleys.
If you're not used to driving on the 'other side' of the road
be prepared for adventure and seeking of the rear view mirror
in strange locations!
If you're worried about the weather, that's good. Be prepared.
An umbrella will be your best pal and that scarf you have tucked
away in your suitcase "just in case" might very well
be a good companion.
I'm Sandra Staas, your tour guide. Excursions from Glasgow
are really smashing. You can be out of the city and "doon
by the water" or somewhere completely different in no time.
That's the beauty of living in a small country! Off we go to
Ayr, Loch Lomond, Inverary, Oban, Isle of Seil, and Loch Awe.
[Let's go ...]