Abbot's Brae Hotel
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... we got to see some of the most beautiful scenery right on Drymen's doorstep. The Conic sits right on the banks of the 22 mile Loch Lomond; it marries 'The Lowlands' with 'The Highlands'. Reaching the top we took timeout and to eat our lunch rolls and quietly viewing a vista stretching out to the hills with moors, Loch, pine forests and local villages in the distance. We even had a 'recovery nap' lying on ...
... kids big and little on the carousel. From there we walked along Kings Stables Road and into the Grassmarket. Linda spotted a music shop so that's a must for her to check out, so Craig and I wandered up and found a bar with tables on the street and enjoyed a glass of wine while we waited for them to join us. I have to say it was bliss enjoying the streets of Edinburgh. There was such a wonderful atmosphere and this city is so lovely - ...
... art, as I seem to have taken an art tour of the town!
Mom and Claudia were off at their conference, and so once again I set off into the city to explore a bit of Glasgow. My first stop was Glasgow's Modern Art Gallery, which while small packs a big punch in terms of hard hitting content. The building itself is quite nice. It is an old neoclassical building, but with a ton of modern touches to the outside like a mosaic in the front that add a modern touch. The statue outside ...
Dunoon Started the day in a little coffee shop "Caramiche Chocolaterie" and having an Italian roast. The street is filled up with families, visitors and kilts! We heard bagpipes playing this morning and a friendly policeman on the corner of a street was glad to have a chat to Leonie and myself. After breakfast we went for a walk to the street and a Rod and I had a coffee before heading off with everyone to ...
... most of my Fendall heritage is of English stock, but down through the generations of Fendall’s, each of the spouses have provided additional lineage. If you read my blog from my trip to Scandinavia, my grandmother on my father’s side was Norwegian, and my great grandmother on my father’s side was Danish. If you go back even further on the Fendall side, there were various lines that dealt with the Scottish lines. Most notably, that of John ...