Ashtree House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I don't know for sure, but our Lady SatNav sure seems intent on showing us a lot of Scotland. It hasn't failed yet that we always end up on some narrow back road in the middle of nowhere with a ridiculous speed limit of 60 mph. I'm sure she thinks she's sending us on the fastest route, but the significantly reduced speeds I've been driving those …
Was recommended by a work colleague during training who had also just moved up to Glasgow that Paisley was a nice place to go and visit. I therefore took note and realised that I was actually walking distance to Paisley from my house in Crookston.
From my house I took the River Walk ...
Arrived in Glasgow at 7.00 pm. I am convinced that I hate travelling and am getting too old for these long hauls. The flights seemed unusually long this time around - maybe I am just getting old. First leg was great - i had a spare seaT beside me and the girl in the other seat was a student who had been at James Cook in Townsville for two years and was returning the Birmingham. We had a brief stop in Singapore for a refuel - but is still means you need ...
... rain had soaked my Ron Hills (no not rhyming slang for unmentionables) and my feet, socks, shoes and the cold was getting to me so I stopped for coffee (I won't say where as I may have caught the person on an off day) and took my shoes off and put each socked foot in a plastic carrier and then put the shoe back on. I was seeking to adopt the same principle on which wet suits work (something to do with heating up a layer of water next to the skin - don't ask me ...
... or some of the others), but it definitely is our family. There have been lots of male Robbs and at least two local farms were pointed out to me as Robb farms, as well as two Somerville farms, but I have no specific links to the latter. Included with one tree is a letter from a John Robb in England who had been researching the family. It is dated 2002, but I will try to contact him when I get back.
The Griffins also said in a note that I was ...