- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... international student tour group and had a really great time! The village of Luss was definitely my favorite. The narrow streets were filled with beautiful flowers and adorable little cottages. Although the Loch was ...
... they didn't appear to have anything in the way of picnic backpacks. We figured the best way would be to get a refund from John Lewis and she'd found a really nice one on Amazon so she could then get that. However I'd paid for it using Paypal and while there were a multitude of instructions on how to return either in store or via courier and what to do if you'd used your credit card there was nothing there on how to arrange a Paypal ...
... pretty place. We grabbed a coffee and walked around part of it before it was time to head back. Super tired by this stage but we were on the home straight.
One last stop at Doune Castle, which is famous for being the castle used in the filming of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. "I **** in your general direction. Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries." Obviously - Jason wrote that part..... but the castle was really cool, we walked around ...
... mountains everywhere you look. The grass is more like moss and very spongy..
Because its so cold we fight over doing the dishes because its so nice to put your hands in the warm water :) in the end we both have a hot sink for like 2 cups and 2 plates haha
Today we enjoyed a morning at Inveraray Castle - it was full of old furniture, clothing and weapons from about 1600-1850! The duke and duchess (miss Cadbury) of Argyll still live there with their 3 kids. (Dontown Abby was ...
Left Glasgow this morning and travelled to the home of the Scottish poet Robbie Burns. Not being a poetry fan it was a little lost on us although we did love the gardens and the monument. We are currently on the ship between Scotland and Ireland. It is about the same size as the one that goes to Tassie only difference is the staff ...