Bothwell Bridge Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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... visited the pedestrian shopping areas. Many old buildings with beautiful architecture. Huge multi tiered flower pots with beautiful flowers. The area was probably at least 4-5 blocks square with every kind of shop you could want. Lots of locals shopping and having a good time. We ate in "Prince Shops" at a French cafe called "Zizzis". We had pizza and a ...
... went to Lanark the main village apparently as the storey goes there was a fellow that had a dog that his neighbour did not like so she complained that much the council had the dog put down. Well the owner didn’t like this so he had a statue made of his dog growling placed this on his roof that looked directly at the neighbours’ window. We visited Craignethan Castle which is a ruin onto Paisley not a very nice place then Lards which is a seaside village and very ...
... available, in some cases more so than Italian or French. Anyway, we have noticed that when they do drink wine it is Rose. We did overhear a younger woman explaining that she liked Rosie wine but not that other stuff.
After Hadrian's Wall we drove to Glasgow mostly via the motorway. You could notice the change in scenery as it got a little hillier. It took quite a while to get to any populated areas and we are amazed again in the housing. It is ...
... sat on a bench at the edge of campus in the late afternoon sun, pondering how to get to our B&B which was some distance away, across the river and a big motorway, near to Pollok Park where we want to be tomorrow. Google Maps said it would take an hour and one minute to walk, and much the same by public transport. We had no idea how to find a cab (they aren't hailed in the street here as they are in Sydney) and so off we went, despite Gray complaining that had it been UNDER ...
... year by providing the fees these students could not otherwise not afford. There are longer-term aims for this project to support the wider village, but I won’t write out the details here. If you are interested in learning more about this project please let me know.
Having left the great and glorious joy, mess, wonder, disaster and beauty that is Africa, I am forever changed…but, needless to say, being back in the presence of kettle chips has provided boundless ...