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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Today I felt exhausted. A long day yesterday had been followed by a long night crying. I dragged myself up at about 11 and put on some sunscreen before heading out towards the paddle boat. We bought tickets to the Great Cumbrae Island. Before we got there, we steamed along the Clyde and stopped to drop off people in Rothesay and Largs. The small towns looked similar in a way, big stone churches and small town streets identified each ...
... doesn't matter today but on 20km days I will have to 'get a legger on' - ie stop dilly dallying quite so much!
Anyways Im about to eat an arctic fish - apparently its great great great grandma got to Loch Lomond during the last ice age, and then snuggle up in my very small single bed to watch the endless downloads my loverly daughter provided, covered in very smelly deep heat. And i'm told haggis is on the breakfast menu!
... in the tourist info centre generously helped me to compose a program for my next two-hour visit on Sunday.
Prices for luggage storage at the station are sick (6 quid regardless of timing) so I'll need to come with a better solution or suffer.
On to the marvelous ...
... of Annie McLeod who was a young lass living in the village in the 1800s unfolds. We then headed up through an area showing some of the mill machinery and on to the roof garden which had lovely views.
We had lunch in the Mill Cafe - delicious Mushroom soup then a wander round the gift shop. Next stop was the village shop, the a typical mill workers cottage - two displays - one for around 1820 and one around 1930. Then into Robert Owen's house which ...
... from this fate on my travels, Florence being a prime example. You dream about a place so much it cannot possibly repay your faith. Scotland didn't hit me immediately, it certainly wasn't love at first sight. But it was a slow burn love that I realised as soon as I returned from Ireland. Glasgow played a big part - a gritty big city kinda place with less tourists and more real life, a working-class kid come good, a bit like the ...