Piersland House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... driving experience here coming back to him but he did really, really well. Got us to Troon. Quick walk up town for a late breakfast, caught an hour of sleep and the boys are off to Royal Troon for their first round of the trip. I'd say they're pretty excited. While the guys are golfing I went for a walk along the promenade and along the beach. Now just catching up on my writing waiting for the golfers to ...
Ive defied the UK customs officer who let me into the country by partaking in some unpaid labour. When asked if I would be working during my stay Amanda joked that it was possible her family would want some stuff done. Spent the next 10 minutes being lectured, no work, paid or otherwise was to be undertaken. I reluctantly agreed not to work and was let into the country. Well, UK customs........sorry, ...
... much I feel like talking about it but hopefully there's something for everyone! After a while I'll be kitting this 'blog' out with it all...maybe some tips from McBride would be good.
Anyway, I'll fill everyone in with a little bit of background to get things going:
Just over a year ago Ruth and I had talked about travelling. In fact we almost had a new adventure planned out every ...
August 10, 2011
Not much to write about this day. I walked from Shaun's flat to spend several hours browsing about in second hand bookstores. The coolest one had a wrought iron spiral staircase leading up to the second floor. Amazingly I found a copy of the very book I wanted to buy at the Burrell museum for a fraction of the price. I also found some good books on the history of the Isle of Lewis and Calum's Road, a most interesting true story about a man on a small island in ...
... where Just normal big shopping centres.
The hotel was also on bank of the Clyde and there were some new navy ships being constructed. There were some odd structures on these ships.
We were not impressed with Glasgow itself and it was not really tourist friendly. After doing the cit tor we decided instead of staying the extra day we had planed we would move on. ...