Abbot's Brae Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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A day in the rain in Dunoon!
I'll be coming home saying "aye" being around my family for 3 days.
A day spent visiting my Aunty Jean, getting lots of old stories and looking at old photos.
We did manage a walk down the main street of Dunoon but only a hardware store ...
... interesting to see how whiskey is made and learn why you get a single or double or even triple malt and what malt actually means. We even had a wee dram, fire that went down your throat leaving a warm glow, just the right thing to warm us up and fortify us for the next stage. Ready to move on we were less enthusiastic, but on catching up again with some of the walkers we had seen earlier we all admitted to finding ...
Weather: overcast with drizzle at times (Remember, we are in Scotland!)
Lanark, Scotland has one claim to fame (there may be others) - William Wallace (Braveheart) lived with his wife in Lanark and began his campaign against the English here in 1297. There is a statue of him on the front of the local church.
With the weather being like it was exploring the sites of Lanark today was not such a good idea. What better ...
Arrived in Glasgow, passed over the Clyde river. did you know Strath means side of. Sorry I have added that picture twice, don't know how to delete.
happy birthday to Peter, Maurice, Lynne and Helen, and any one else I may have missed I was writing this yesterday and got cut off, I was beginning to think the Scots were not as generous as the Irish when it comes to wifi but have this one in my room for ...
scotland is expensive. We arrived at night and of course in the rain and looked for a hotel. It seems like nothing but crack heads here. We gave a homeless man some garlic bread. He was grateful. The next morning we went to a cathedral and a square. Then walked down a pedestrian street. There's not much to do here so we jumped on a quick train out of ...