St Leonards Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... conditions to power production and consumption from the solar collectors installed on his roof. Knowing that, we set off to visit Culzean Castle and other sites around this part of Scotland and Roger shared a lot of the knowledge that he has accumulated about this area. He studies all sorts of things and writes about them. Very interesting. Culzean Castle is on the coast of Scotland south of Ayr. After WWII, a ...
... Dublin to the UK. Dublin airport can very safely be included at the pointy end of the world rankings when it comes to disorganised chaos and civil liberties abuse. It took every bit of 90 minutes to go from the front door of the terminal to being through Customs. The full cavity search carried out shortly thereafter was a bit over the top too I thought! Apart from the loud mouth Yank at the rear of the Dash 8 aircraft the flight from Dublin to Glasgow was quite ...
... located hotel get some noodles for dinner and get some sleep before our flight to Lisbon, Portugal.
Scotland wasn’t our most action packed location but it was enjoyable. When we got there we were in need of a few quiet days & it was nice not to have any “must sees” on our to do list. The country side was spectacular & we are really glad that we got to spend just a couple of days to see it.
Still loving every minute
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... walk up to and huff and say "what's the big deal? I could do that." and walk away. But if you stayed you were totally drawn in to it. Tan's big thing is exploring "issues related to human representation - such as concepts of identity and nationality - often through portraits of people or places." This involved films which panned a group of teens in Stockholm both from up close (one screen) and far away (second screen) so you ...
... very private but better to secure our tent. We move our bags, then came back for the already erect tent. We picked it up and walked with it to the grassy area to the amusement of two guys strolling by.
The scenery was absolutely gorgeous around us, despite the rain and wet. Long think grass and ferns; trees covered in moss over hanging into the river. Vanessa’s dinner of pasta and sauce and tuna was delightfully restoring for our spirits. I think we passed ...