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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to propel ships, with the vision of being able to propel vessels 'against winds and tides' as he noted in his writings at the time. Having studied the work of fellow Scotsman William Symington and corresponded with American engineer Robert Fulton, Henry Bell went ahead with his goal ...
... an extra end after the scores were peeled 17-17 after the regulation 18 ends.
A coin was then tossed and SA chose to put England on the mat so they’d have the last bowl but as things turned out Piketh didn’t need to play because Botha was holding three and then Melmore missed her final shot.
We had a lazy morning at the hotel taking advantage of the free WiFi. By the time we checked out it was time for some lunch. Already the day before we had noted a good 3 course lunch deal in a small alleyway close by. Despite being all stuffed afterwards, David wanted to stop by at Greggs the bakers to get 'yum yums' and a pie for later. A true Glaswegian institution apparently.
Before starting our ...
... garden with Alex after having lunch there. We just went to the greenhouse and it was the first time I saw that many furry plants! Or maybe I never paid attention before.
In the evening we went the Jamie's Italian restaurant with almost all the people from the lab. The food was not that great but never mind, it was fun. After the meal we randomly turned into a side alley and found a pub called 'The Lab'. How geeky! So ...
... had to be evacuated. Unfortunately there was a wedding taking place - luckily they had just finished the ceremony.
Our hotel is fantastic. We stayed here when we were last in Scotland for Hogmanay in 2006. It is very spacious and the bathrooms are roomy. We have a three seater sofa, a single chair with a coffee table and then a three drawer tall boy. There is also a desk to put the computer on and all the cameras, ...