Castlecary House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... summer. We headed to the tattoo and piercing shop for Jaz to get a new nose ring and Tina got the top of her ear done. I offered to get my nipples done and both of the kids were neatly physically sick at the thought. I then got a new pair of Doc Martins and they are a lot easier to wear in now. Dinner was at McDonald's and then back to the hotel for a night of DVDs and making sure that everything sorted for tomorrow's drive to ...
... night we headed into the West End for a cocktail and then into the city for dinner and then to a fairly dodgy Glaswegian nightclub. The girls were on fire and hit the dance floor, but Davo's very early morning start at work was starting to loom large, so we called a night on it before too much damage was done. Sal was first to bed 2nd night in a row which is unheard of (she mustn't have liked the looks of the desert wine) ...
... but me and a few others went and spent some time on a different beach. For our last stop of the day we visited the Butt of Lewis which is the most north westerly point of Europe and one of the most windy places on earth, but it was very spectacular. I've rushed through the last bit a little as it's getting late and I'm tired, but you get the idea, and you'll have to do without photos for the moment too as my gadget to get them from camera to iPad is with my large ...
... comparisons to a banshee were made behind hands :) Made it to the airport with time to spare and last nights dinner still in my stomach and not over the car, although the hurricane force butterflies in my tummy were determined that it would be otherwise! Manage to hold it together saying goodbye to the fam. Not so much luck when it came to leaving ...
... and getting into cars, going to our own homes and beds. It all seemed a bit alien to us and will take some getting used to, it's funny how much you adapt. But the strangest thing is being apart, we're both a bit lost and found ourselves in the following days voicing our thoughts but to no one, when usually the other half of 'we' would be right there. We'll get back into the groove soon though, and we especially hope our stomachs grow back and settle enough for all the foods we've ...