Carlton Hotel Prestwick
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Dali painting of Christ of St John of the Cross. A very moving piece. Peter noticed when we arrived on the bus a lawn bowling green nearby. Went to investigate and found that it was the venue for the upcoming Commonwealth Games Lawn bowls in July. It was also open to the public to play, so we went in to play a few ends. He was of course over the moon! Bussed back to town and had a nice Italian meal for ...
Today was a leisurely travel day from Crail to Glasgow airport. Stopped at the milk bar on the way down. Tom and Elaine came to the hotel for dinner with us. They are in the throes of redoing their kitchen so were heading home to do more plastering in preparation for the cupboards being fitted on Tuesday. We had a reasonably early night - and it was great not lying awake waiting for the call for an early flight! ...
... was just hard for us to see anything. The true gift of today was the Scottish highlands, no photograph or words can really describe the true beauty of the green rolling hills and the amazing rare blue sky. We were supposed to attend a pub crawl this evening, but 12 hours of driving really does take it out of you so we decided it was KFC for dinner and then bedtime for ...
... place I’d never been before, but imagining mum’s life back then, and how I was somehow apart of this wee town was a really nice feeling.
Back in Glasgow it was really pouring down and not looking to stop anytime soon. We walked around for ages in the rain looking for somewhere decent to eat, but with soggy feet we ended up back at the hotel ordering room service and snuggling down into ...
... to join the Scottish crew on board their 12 metre yacht (built in England, but had been out to NZ before they bought it). The 2nd yacht was from Melbourne with two Aussie chaps on board, 2 years into sailing adventures worldwide. Then we drove about 3 miles to Cairnbaan where the road crosses the canal again at lock No 5, finding the ideal picnic spot alongside, enjoying our picnic lunch (no rain!) whilst the crew on a large ...