Castlecary House Hotel
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... door of a place so we looked around for a house that had some sort of light on found one so I knocked on the door. The fellow who answered looked strange at me and after I told him my storey and asked directions he told me that they had just arrived there for the weekend holiday and that he didn’t have a clue. He did say that he had phone coverage at his kitchen window so in I follow him to make my call. Would you believe that all I got was an ...
... roundabouts. Oh, and I should mention that it's an overcast, drizzly day . . . dreich according to one of the locals.
We made it to Stirling without incident (and not too many wrong turns). First stop . . .lunch along with a few beers & cider at Nicky Tams.
Stirling is said to resemble a ...
... basically a graveyard, but a very huge one with lots of tombs and mausoleums. It also sits high on a hill where you can see the city. Was a bit dark to take city shots, but got a few good ones of the graves (which does feel a bit creepy). Anyway there are some pics to look at, will see a fair more tomorrow I hope. Glad to be having 2 nights in the one place! Off for some dinner...this was post was longer than originally ...
Today we head off across the Irish Sea on a ferry from Belfast to Cairnryan. It is a two hour ferry ride and is fairly smooth. We arrive without a hitch and drive the coastal road to Glasgow. The drive is beautiful and yes we have to stop and take pictures. I am so amazed at how beautiful the landscapes are here. Every turn could be a painting. We arrive at our next apartment with no troubles. This apartment is ideal and just as advertised. It is in a row house and is on the ...
... Forty's court and a small group (of which yours truly is a member) was staying in Fraser Hall.
To suggest that Fraser Hall was a little spartan is doing a disservice to midget Spartans everywhere. Suffice to say the two neighboring "sister" halls are being demolished.
I am not exaggerating. I should have taken a photo and maybe I still will - but the two buildings built at the same time and in the same style are being knocked down and replaced. ...