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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... have heard of: Adam Smith. For those physicists and cold weather enthusiasts, we have Lord Kelvin and for those who fancy steam powered transportation, James Watt.
It is a dramatic contrast to have this old castle looking building right next to modern style libraries and student unions. Unfortunately, I don't have any classes in there. Coming from a small school, it is a bit of an adjustment having hundreds of students packed into a lecture hall, ...
... enjoying a pint, a young country and western singer came on - Kathryn Anderson - a really talented young lady - singer and songwriter and we reckon we'll be hearing a lot more of her in the future. After her spell of about an hour a young 16 year old lass came on - she was a classical soprano - and wow what a voice - another lady with a bright future I'd say. We were a bit peckish so Frank went off on the hunt and came back with a Margarita ...
We headed further into the East End of Glasgow to the Tennants Brewery. It was too early for the tour but we got to look around the exhibition room and knew we could sample the beer at a number of pubs and bars around the city later in the day. Walking back into the city centre we passed the famous Barrowland concert hall and 'The Barras' market - the market, like all the other attractions in Scotland, was closed (it is only open at weekends).
... your way out. Apart from that there was no accommodation either, town full. Never mind finally found Erskine bridge and we were out of there . Stayed in a funny little pub in Dumbarton had delicious meal couple of drinks then we where right and ready for karaoke night.that followed. Such fun had a few giggles l can tell you..we are now in Port William lovely will continue that later as off out to explore.
... for having the most gullible people in the world living on it banks & also for that mythical creature that makes them all look so foolish. We stopped here just to check it out & as it was rated the best attraction in the area we entered the Loch Ness presentation centre for the price of £8 each.
This display was ridiculously awful. It went through the history of gullibility from the start to recent times through a series of dark rooms showing poorly projected ...