Today woke up to 9 inches of snow in Glasgow. At breakfast, several guests appeared in evening dress from the party the night before. Apparently just before they were to leave, the snow fell with a vengeance making travel difficult and dangerous.
We ventured out into the snow, to look for the Glasgow Museum of Art. Found it, and waited for the opening at 11.00, only to be told that it would not open today, lack of staff making it into work. Of course there was one couple that had travelled miles, claiming they had come from Dundee.
Oh well, on with a walk down to the St Enoch centre, and then to the Clyde where we crossed by the St Andrews Suspension bridge. Back to the hotel to dry out, and then lunch of beer and a Greek dish. The hotel is all glass at the front, going up 5 stories, alas the heating is not enough to counteract the cold pane effect, and they had to have a series of fan heaters to prevent the customers from freezing. After lunch we had a lazy afternoon reading the papers and some wine from a supermarket
Then out to the mussel inn for excellent Sea Food Chowder followed by Mussels. There were six different sauces for the mussels, Natural, Shallot, Tomato, Lemon, Moroccan and Blue Cheese. I went for the Moroccan.