Ramada Glasgow Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... there. Unfortunately our taxi driver struggled to understand English and couldn't read it - so our itinerary wasn't much help. First up he took us to the Hyatt but then my pronunciation of Whampoa couldn't have been too bad as when I said that he grinned and said Ahhh and set off at a great rate of knots! And before we knew it we were pulling up in front of the Harbour Grand in Kowloon. But you'll have to wait till tomorrow to hear about the ...
... there they were. I think I came just in time. Both Agnes and William Merrilees', Helen’s parent’s, names are still there plus some other details. Alex is not mentioned, but the surface has gone from two thirds of the stone. I cleaned the loose green moss obscuring the top ornamentation and a rose became clear. Perhaps Agnes loved flowers as it is not a common decoration.
There are more damaged stones in Cambusnethan than I saw in Christchurch. I was ...
Arrive in Stirling at 5:47, castle closes at 6:00pm. Can see an outside wall and a bit of a view of the city but it's still heavy cloud cover. Drive around the old town. Beautiful streets and buildings. Supper at a chain restaurant
Arrive in Paisley. Ashtree House - beautiful B&B with friendly owners. We'll be at this B&B for 2 nights.
... to come.
We made our way downstairs to get our shuttle to the airport and as we walked outside, the skies were pregnant with the promise of rain. Huge, puffy, dark purple-ish clouds loiter about the expansive Albuquerque sky. As the sun creeps from behind the mountain it immediately hides behind the skirts of a billowy cloud….and in the distance a beautiful, vibrant rainbow announces the beginning of our day!
... ocean and the sun did come out one morning and was rather pretty. The castle is stunning and imposing. I think if i was invading i'd give up at first site of it, but the Scots are a bold breed. The story of the Stone of Destiny which now resides in Edinburgh but will return to its place in the Westminster coronation chair for future British coronations, is amazing, especially when an upstart law student in 1950 decided to steal it back in a several month long operation after which ...