The Arrandale Hotel
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The main memory I will have of my stay in Ayr is of the rain. It started to rain late one afternoon, it then turned into a down pour and it continued all night and until mid morning the following day. The site became a shallow lake with about two inches of standing water and the river turned into a raging torrent. At one place near the university I watched the water rising up out of a drain like a fountain. Having lived in the South ...
... possibly some bad ones too, but best I write them down anyway so that when I’m old, grey, senile, and likely incontinent, I can remind myself of the adventures I once had. The trip will commence on the 29th September, first stop – ...
... of John Bulloch - Al found a Spiers name at the local museum. A beautiful lunch at a olde worlds pub and up to the lookout to get a beautiful view Of the city. We saw a wedding and a piper playing Al's "song" and then had a beautiful meal tea time at another pub One more tour around the town and back to Roberts boat club for coffee and drinks We left Robert and Jess very late and Al drove home one hour back to Ayr A fantastic and full day with some lovely Scots ...
... 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.
... and throning masses.
We picked up the cycle route to Irvine, though soon opted for roads as the usual issue of cycle paths being glorified (minimally glorified) pavements made decent progress impossible. We did pick it up again later though and were taken through some nice country park areas and on quiet lanes now bypassed by major new roads. From Irvine we took the B road to Stewarton, then on to Fenwick, where we stopped for tea ...