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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... electrician open on a Sunday!
Forgot to say I've tasted haggis whilst here and enjoyed it.
Also tasted clootie dumpling.
Leaving Dunoon having met 3/4 of the family so a great trip.
Bags need to be repacked, off on the ferry tomorrow morning to Glasgow
... the Anchorage. Went up to the highest point in Innellan at the Golf Course and saw right over the entire clyde. Saw the family home where my cousins were brought up "Woodward" and a seat has been placed in front of the house in memory of my aunt and uncle. Went to see the headstones of my nana and grandad watt.
A day of family history I won't bore you all ...
... a long sea inlet not a freshwater lake, and they are renowned for their oysters, which of course go down better with a glass of champagne. So what's a girl to do? Geoff and Jo joined us, and between us, apart from the oysters, we had chowder, scallops, squid, 3 types of smoked salmon, lemon sole and salmon fishcakes. Not a bad effort! We also bought a few goodies from the deli on site.
We popped into the Dumfries township this morning but got beaten back by a shower of rain, so after passing through Castle Douglas (a lovely little town with a refreshingly encouraging attitude to parking), we found the Threave Estate. We had a lovely walk around the banks of the River Dee, where there are a number of hides set up for watching the wildlife, and we saw an osprey nest, where a breeding pair have hatched ...
The Calanais Standing Stones are a tough act to follow, but the Isle of Harris captured our imaginations with it's otherworldly feel! Our first stop on Harris was a lookout point used by Bonnie Prince Charlie when he was hiding after the unsuccessful Jacobite Uprising attempting to restore him to power as the rightful heir to the throne. From the misty mountains, the sense of isolation is strong and the view somewhat eerie, ...