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Our One Night Stay At Jury Inn Hotel, Glasgow

ONE NIGHT IN GLASGOW...

We checked in to Jury Inn hotel in the evening after dropping Gab at the train station.  This is our first night stay in Glasgow and Aaron booked the hotel through an online website which was giving a discount for this triple room at around 114 pounds.  Initially we thought that Gab would be staying one night with us and since the double room was giving the same rate, why not choose the triple?  LOL... *kiasu*

Parking is another issue here, unlike back home, hotels normally provide parking lots for guests.  Over here, we have to look for our own parking space and it would be a blessing if we could get one opposite the hotel and with discount some more.  Normally the rates can be high as 25 pounds per day, as for ours, we paid 7 pounds after getting a discount from the hotel, that is indeed very cheap already!

It was freezing cold in Glasgow, only 4 degrees from our handphone info.  We wanted something hot and soupy for dinner and we entered one Japanese restaurant without hesitation.  Well, do not have high expectations when eating Asian food in these type of places, we eat just to overcome our cravings for something hot.
From the hotel room during the day... 
Our spacious bed for the night stay.... 
Comfy and nice...
At the Japanese restaurant which was quite crowded... 
My bowl of Chicken Ramen soup...
Forgot to tell them to omit the bamboo shoots..
Really cannot tolerate the strong pungent smell...
Quickly, I gulped them up before they spoil the broth as well... 
My son ordered spicy soup... 
But of course, it was not spicy at all... 
We are Asians ma... LOL... 
Our morning breakfast at the hotel... 
And my dinner and breakfast expressions!

Comments

  1. They would be very happy if you asked them to omit the bamboo shoots because there are other customers who would be happy to pay more to add an extra portion of bamboo shoots. Good to see your happy face in the 2 photos during dinner and breakfast! :D

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  2. Well, the food looks very good anyway. Here, all hotels have parking lots. So your situation was very unusual! Maybe that was why the price was so good.

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  3. Gosh!!! 114 X 5 or 6...*faints* LOL!!! 7 pounds for parking is cheap?

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  4. Comfortable room. And wow. Freezing cold. Spicy soup sounds good on such cold weather.

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  5. It looks like parking is a universal problem!

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  6. The hotel room looks clean and cozy.

    Give the bamboo shoots to me, hee hee.

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