Beersbridge Lodge Guesthouse
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... lake tour of the Loch. If a Scot is abroad he travels on the high road and if they die abroad their soul will take the low road to return to Scotland. SIGHTS: Ardverichie Castle Loch Lomond: -Rob Roy's cave when he was hiding from the English. -Honeymoon Island - If a new couple could last a month on the island their marriage will last forever. Glasgow: -Glasgow Catherdral -The Oldest house in Glascow -Glasgow river bridge" -St. Andrews Cathedral of ...
... 1112">escape the reality of it for long periods of time, but that got taken away in
an instant.After a while though, I began to feel quite content there. The staff were lovely and made me feel at home.I can fully understand why George loved it there. He may not be there in person anymore, but boy you can tell
his legacy and spirit still lives on in that place.You can feel it.Lisa xo
... He wasn't wrong. It was really good to catch up with them all, the aunties got a little ******, and aunty Pamela had to go to work in the morning which she was not to happy about. We managed to help Aunty Pamela get her money off her NZ card which she didn't know how to do so she was supper happy at that. Bryan and his girlfriend Lee-Anne also turned up a little later on so we got to see them too.
Next day we decided to go and have a quick look at Loch Lomond since we were ...
... why not? Spring break! We then later went to Subway (lots of American places here) and went back for a nap. We decided that we wanted to take a bus tour around the city which was a great idea because we got to learn a lot about Glasgow and see the major points. That night Paige, Ally and I went to this place called Yo Sushi which was the coolest sushi place Ive ever been to in my life! There was a belt and little plates would come around and ...
... solid and very arty. I visited the national gallery there while tim went in search of thrift shops but he didn't have much luck.
When we got to the bowtop retreat the lady there reccomended a couple of antique/ bric-a-brack shops one in Melrose and one in Denholm. I ended up buying myself the sweetest little 1920's style figure of a little girl holding a hoop. She is a reproduction but I don't care she is ever so pretty and ...