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 ...
Today had to be one of the coolest things I've done this trip, and in my life. A day trip to Loch Ness. Meaning lake ness. We began the extra long bus trip early and made our way from the lowlands to the highlands and through some of the prettiest scenery I've ever seen! Along the way we learnt about William Wallace, the Scottish clans, Scotland's wars and more! One of the stories that stuck with me was why the name Campbell ...
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.
Today my jeans were smelly, I mean like real and noticeable smelly, the kind where if it was a you-type stink you wouldn't even bother to going to school. Luckily this wasn’t a me-type stink at all it was far more of a moldy, room spray stink. You see we have a little washing machine but we have no dryer. There are lines outside but we’ve been hesitant to use them on account of we don’t know the neighborhood very well yet. Apparently that is no ...
... about 8pm with the babbling brook in our ears. It was still light out.
In the morning it was decided we had had enough of the camping/trekking side of things. We made our way back to the B and B and called a taxi to take us back to Milngavie. Our fill of wilderness was full. The first thing we did upon no more trekking was strip those filthy, dirt ridden boots off and the wet, sweat drenched layers of socks peeled off and slip on flip flops. While waiting for ...