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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Dali painting of Christ of St John of the Cross. A very moving piece. Peter noticed when we arrived on the bus a lawn bowling green nearby. Went to investigate and found that it was the venue for the upcoming Commonwealth Games Lawn bowls in July. It was also open to the public to play, so we went in to play a few ends. He was of course over the moon! Bussed back to town and had a nice Italian meal for ...
... another enjoyable bus tour. The highlight was when we were stopped at a traffic light and we noticed a couple of people in a flat overlooking the intersection. We waved at them and they waved back. The one person was a very attractive young lady and Z started to put up his phone number with his fingers and then made the universal call me sign by his ear. She started to laugh and then the bus pulled away.
After the shopping and bus tour was over we all went back to the room and ...
... it was pretty good. Sunday. We meet Aunty Ann Marie's husband Jack and have a quick chat with him. Off we go to the Science Centre holy moly what a place, we all love it so interactive and so much fun. We go into the planetarium and watch a Glasgow under the stars show, we enjoyed the whole day. Bus back and ready to go to Aunty Anne Marie's for dinner, Jack picks us up and we meet the last of Karlyn's cousins Ava. We had a great night, with ...
... visit. We appreciate the extra touches of comfy chairs, tables and chairs, as well as a desk. The plasma screen TV’s and internet access are welcome touches. Each morning we enjoy a complimentary hearty Scottish breakfast. The staff is extremely helpful with directions, suggestions and recommendations. We golf at Prestwick Golf Club and Western Gailes Golf Club with the Gailes Hotel convenient to each. Very good hotel and good location!
... I thought. Having never been to one of these things I didn't realise no one sat in the front row because that was who the comedian always picked on during their acts. Well the acts we saw had prime pickings with two Aussies and a Kiwi in the front row. A couple of times he turned to us and repeated what he said slower so that way we could understand his accent. I don't think I stopped laughing the whole night. I really was an excellent ...