BEST WESTERN Buchanan Arms Hotel & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Tigh Mor in the Trossachs
It's everything we expected, dramatic landscape with craggy mountains, everything just coming into blossom in the glens and calm shimmering lochs. We are hoping to see some red squirrels and maybe an osprey in the area.
Also we hope to go on some walks with the buggy and also some boat trips on Lake Katrine and Loch Lomond. Loch Fyne is near so it would be lovely to go there ...
... grin and then wowed me by walking across the living room! So much changes so quickly and there are so many babies to due to be born while I'm away that I'm quite sad I'll be missing most of these milestones! I said my goodbyes to the Munros and got a spag Bol kiss from wee Reuben before speeding (I think my car insurance may have run out as I crossed the Forth Road Bridge!) home for a 10minute quick change for dinner with the girls. When we arrived for dinner at La Banca I ...
... 2 1/2 hours carpetting Amandas brothers boat. Take that!
Headed into Glasgow city today to pick up a few last minute travel items.Highlights of day included traipsing all over town looking for a pair of waterproof socks, failing to find any then using the free wifi on the bus home to order them online....cheaper! And an awesome 2 course lunch menu at a restuarant called antipasti. a ...
... carton so Craig had to go downstairs and help Frank get it into their lounge room. Fortunately it came in two pieces - the base and the back separate. It became glaringly obvious that with all the comings and goings between Mum and Linda and Frank's houses that it was going to be impossible to hide for another two weeks.
George and Lorna had said that if it wasn't possible to keep it a secret that Linda and Frank should just go ahead ...
... photos of the castle, and we paused only a moment on Stirling Bridge to take photos of the Wallace memorial before hoofing it back to Edinburgh.
All in all, the 3 day Haggis tour was a great introduction to the Scottish Highlands and Isle of Skye. I must admit I was mighty glad to get off the bus though! Sitting on your bum all day is rather tiring. As Blair said, he feels a bit like he's only seen Scotland through a window. We'll just have to go back in the summer.