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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and is looking forward with his partner Danielle to the arrival of a new baby at Christmas. Friday morning we took the Ferry across to Millport. The aim was to ride the bikes around the island but in the end despite the sunshine the howling wind and Ryan being a little under the weather meant after a quick wander we jumped on the Ferry back. Later the boys excitedly caught up with their cousins again at the town amusement centre where their favoured game was a two pence ...
... Cross to Kelvingrove which we thought was probably the next nearest venue. We walked back to get the car and off we set. I have to say that my navigator probably needs a bit more practice! We reached Kelvingrove but there wasn't any parking anywhere to be seen and time was getting on and we wanted to be home and on the road again by just after four. So we gave up and I concentrated on dredging up my memories of how to get through Glasgow. It didn't fail ...
I was so excited to finally fly out of North America. It was my first flight over seas and I was so excited to see new and old faces from my tour family. We had 4 weeks in Glasgow and I made use of every minute of it! Three weeks were rehearsals because we were adding a new addition to our show and then the forth week was ...
... view across the eastern side of Lake Titicaca to the mountains beyond. We paid 120 Bolivianos (£12) for the room and breakfast: a tad overpriced by local standards, but we did have a fantastic view from our window. Isla del Sol isn't very developed, but there are a few places to eat and buy basic supplies. Since we didn't have access to a kitchen, we chose a small restaurant with panoramic views of the sunset. I ordered a cheese and ham toastie and chips, Jen ordered ...
... form Connecticut) is developing a new model for schools in Scotland to utilize their libraries. Lauren Smith's PhD project involves advocating for libraries in an era of funding cuts. Libraries throughout the UK have the same funding cuts that libraries around the world have seen in our recession. She also cited the quote from Eleanor Crumblehulme: "Cutting libraries in a recession is like cutting hospitals in a ...