1883 Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and different, we drove around a Loch which is so like Home, arriving at a Farm, the farmer and family, not only farm, they run a B & B, do private catering and entertainment events, also they are in a band, all this in a 16th century establishment, we were greeted by a lone piper before going in to dinner in what was once an old barn, Father and Son entertained us with music , stories ...
... or a Suzuki Swift. At the time there was a Swift for sale in Stirling. After meeting the owner in a layby, being given a test drive with no insurance and despite the car having a potted history we saw potential in the little blue chariot so parted with £550. A couple of miles down the road we pulled over in an unoccupied industrial estate car park only to realise that she had sprung a leek of what looked to us like oily water from somewhere under the bonnet. Since Kris and ...
... look off.
Anyway we quickly got out of there only to run into an amazing looking salon within less that 10 seconds out the door & around the corner. Dark. So dark.
The night went off without a hitch! First and probably (due to lack of time) last night out ing Glasgow. The next morning we all headed out for brunch where I has a near perfect eggs bene. Success.
... to find a connection. No luck. The hotel did have a great buffet breakfast. There were a lot of deep fried breads, and everywhere in Scotland so far has had baked beans to add on top of everything. Pretty weird.
We took the train from Central Station to Edinburgh. We were in awe of the station. It was so unsuspecting sitting quietly above the streets of Galsgow. You arrive at the top of the stairs and there is ...
... let me know that everything was going ahead as initially planned. So after finally getting the weight of my suitcase down under my baggage limit, septuple-checking I had my passport and all my necessary travel documents, and saying another emotional farewell to my other sister, we headed off for the airport.
And at the airport, it felt so real.
I was a little OTT in my estimation of how early I had to be at the airport for - meaning I had a ...