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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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We started our day with a guided walk on Loch Ard Forest trail. Nice gentle walk through Scottish forestry. We saw a huge variety of trees and native plants. Our guide, Arthur, could be the Scottish bush tucker man, We tasted and learnt about the various plants that were used for food and medicine. We will be going on a longer walk with Arthur on Wednesday. In the afternoon we were taken by boat to ...
... a hiking trail of some 96 miles. We saw plenty of backpackers and hikers of all ages doing all or part of the route. It's the kind of place we really enjoy. We've had the time and space to organize ourselves so we can turn our car in tomorrow. It was full of everything from paper towels to souvenirs to a conglomeration of hats, gloves, brochures and maps. All of this had to be sorted and consolidated to fit in our suitcases. We're rested and revived and ...
... Another customer arrives as I am making my selection, and we have a polite gentlemanlike tussle about which of us is willing to forego the last of the French beans. I win, and award myself a bunch of dahlias in blazing colours as consolation. After putting my payment into the honesty box I take a walk around the gardens to see what else is coming up: a bed of onions in military formation, some colourful late lettuces, runner beans and ...
... which I didn't fancy but then suggested rice pudding. Just perfect. I loved how Audrey and Andy worked as a team. Audrey offered to run with me from here but I felt fine on my own and was keen to do my own thing. This was the first place you're allowed to have a pacer. It was a short section with a few twists and turns so I was glad we'd recced it. Again I was picking up rubbish but mostly as I got closer to Tyndrum. I'd started to feel guilty that I knew Audrey wanted ...
... our eyes the sea mist suddenly begins to clear and we have a perfect view over to Arran.
The next leg of our journey to Loch Lommond takes us through the outskirts of Glasgow which is a bit hair raising. Suddenly there is a lot more traffic as we approach the skyscraper blocks of flats in the distance and I swear there is only one wheel on our wagon as we do a complete u turn in order to change motorways. Ian claims this a ...