Sherbrooke Castle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... memorable parts and a reason I have fallen in love with Glaswegians - the Wellington Statue. It is not so much the statue itself as the iconic traffic cone found on his head. Every week a drunken Glaswegian climbs up and puts a traffic cone on his head. This is frowned upon by the police and city council, and there was talk of raising the statue higher to dissuade this practice. This action was halted due to a huge uproar by the local population. ...
... really noticing. I got up for breakfast then went to lie back down and didn't get up until around 4pm, I guess my lack of sleep the past few days has caught up with me. I met a group of performers for the commonwealth games that will be doing part of the opening ceremony and talked with them for most of the remainder of the night.
July 4 I went on a city sight seeing tour bus where you can hop on and off at ...
... the commonwealth games as they are happening in Glasgow this year. There were a lot of buskers on the streets of Glasgow, some sounded a bit like Ed Sheeran! There were again lots of shops in central Glasgow so we looked at some other stores including a store called TK Maxx which is basically a clearance shop for designer brands but they had everything including Calvin Klein luggage, homeware, clothes and shoes. There was ...
... and almost too easy. Well, it was. Emma looked at a map after a couple stops and thought that we were going the wrong way... which we most definitely were. So we stopped the kind train man named Davie and asked him if this train was going to Stirling and he simply put his head down on the seat and laughed at us. Clearly our first train experience was not going to be as simple as we thought. Luckily, we could get off at the next stop and hop on a train to Camelon. ...
... Alex’ cousin, Jim, who had driven me home on the previous visit. This was an Andrew Robb family tree provided by a friend of Jim’s. He must be a Robb but I’m not sure which one as they call him Robbie and I didn’t look closely at the material until I got home. Andrew was also a brother of our g g grandmother Agnes Robb (Somerville). The tree goes back another two generations beyond what we have, (on the Reid side). It never ...