Piersland House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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 ...
... as I was approached by a group of young hikers I said, "There is a strange yellow orb in the sky, just there." They all looked up, expecting something other worldly and I said, "it's the sun..." We all had a good laugh and went about our respective ways. My destination this day was Rowerdennan. I had booked at the hotel because I couldn't get through on the internet to the hostel no matter how hard I tried. I did get an email from the staff saying they were not full, so ...
... and made the connection this is not the only fine line we have to cross today as there it only 30 minutes for us to travel to the ferry port from Newcastle Central which is 10 mile away and no buses, fun times! Everything was fine though, even know i stressed out as usual and after a great knowledgable cabbie pointing us out the attractions of Newcastle including the 3 level Wetherspoons and the buffet Chinese joint we safely arrived in good time for our ship the ...
... 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 ...
... Then we had a lunch at student-oriented cafe not far from th art school and continued the walk, checking out streets, houses, people and other sights of Glasgow.
In George Square, lined with statues of great Glaswegians, Julia posed with Robert Burns :)
Farewell to the Highlands, farewell to the North,
The birth-place of Valour, the country of Worth;
Wherever I wander, wherever I rove,
The hills of the Highlands for ever I love. ...