Langley Bank Guest House
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... br> of its landmarks bear the indelible stamp of its antiquity. But in every other
respect the Auld Toun is the modern home of a modern-minded and thriving
community who are well aware of the need to keep abreast of the times, not only
for their own sakes but for the benefit of the many thousands who come annually
to make holiday.
... 30pm) and we packed up the last of our things before preparing to leave. Our bus was at 2.35 from Aberdeen and it takes 25 mins to get there, so we were cutting it fine. We eventually found the energy to leave, all made harder by having to say goodbye to Paula and the kids. Maybe it helped that we were hungover, as we managed the goodbyes with few words but a few too many tears. Once we got in the car, we realised that we had probably mucked around a bit long and would really ...
Glasgow...I'm sorry...but it was an utter fail. It was better weather than the first day in Edinburgh but only marginally. It was just slightly less rainy. Equally as cold but a little less rainy.
There were supposedly many cool things to do in Edinburgh, but they all fell well short of the mark of interesting.
We got lost in sketchy areas of town. We saw supposedly the second tallest building in the UK, but it was a fail. The tallest is the newly revealed S***********don. ...
... At 6.00pm we left the hotel again and went for a walk to find some dinner. We ended up at Ask Italian which is quite close to our hotel. Possibly not realising Emma was too young for it, the waiter brought her some big pencils and a picture to colour in. Matt tried to show her how to draw on the page but of course she just tried to eat the pencils. Unfortunately she couldn’t have them so I ended up colouring in most of the picture for her.
After we ...
The next day we'd decided to lock in the Scottish West Coast and Ayr. We headed to Ayr via Fort Willaim. Possibly one of the best drives of the trip....driving past Ben Nevis and through the heart of a series of impressive mountain ranges!! We carried on to Ayr after a pie ...