Needing to take some kind of transport from Belfast to Glasgow, I just want to know if I'm reading this right:
I looked up the Stena ferry from Belfast to Cairnyan (sp?) on Saturday, April 21. It was 30 GPB. And you still need to get yourself to the ferry terminal, and from Cairnyan to Glasgow.
Then I looked up Citylink bus. They pick you up in central Belfast (Europabus Centre) and deliver you to the Buchanan Bus Station in Glasgow (I assume a bus takes you to the ferry, then another picks you up at the other end). It was also about 30 GPB. (But includes getting you to and from the ferry terminals)
Am I missing something? Mis-reading something? We're in no hurry and dislike flying if not necessary, so the slow way works for us....
Just wondering why the Citylink would be substantially cheaper overall.