The Beardmore Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
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Frank and Linda's boat Uncle Finley needed to be relocated from Inverkip Marina to Rhu Marina temporarily while some work gets done on the electrics. They had been thinking about doing this on Sunday but the forecast is for really heavy rain. So Frank decided to take today off work so he could get it all arranged.
We left around 9.30am in two cars and the weather didn't look too hopeful so we were armed with ...
... Scotland!!! Spent the rest of the day in Glasgow. We walked around the Hunterian museum looking at the Antonine exhibit and the tomb of Robert the Bruce. Carla and I had elderflower gin cocktails with Graeme at Glasgow uni in a bar called Vodka Wodka. The graduating students were there dressed in kilts. Drove back home to pack up the cottage for our last night in ...
... it off. Lots of miles and lots of memories - just what we had wanted from this trip and lots more to come in the future hopefully! I'm glad I compiled these wee blogs as it will be nice to look back on a cold winters night and re-live some of the great moments of this holiday. It's funny though, the aspects which hit at the heart strings the most, centred on spending time with my lovely wife and best pal Mo; the laughs we had; singing ...
... to be found though. I'm afraid he slash she wasn't in the mood for a little show due to the sunny weather.
Afterwards, we drove through Glencoe in the Highlands, where a number of big movies have been shot: the lastest James Bond, Harry Potter and Braveheart to name a few. You can guess the beauty of the scenery up there?
The next day we explored Stirling Castle and another part of Scotland, the area of Loch Lomond, Scotland's biggest ...
... was so friendly, he recommended that we visit the railway museum, among other things. His knowledge of the chocolate industry was some what astonishing. The Railway Museum was very impressive! We didnt get to see the Flying Scotsman ( Big fella must have been on tour somewhere as he had been to Aus some time ago) but saw a lot of information about it. After the museum we headed off for Scotland. It was such a pretty drive on our way to Glasgow. ...