Creebridge House Hotel
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... leaving MA had the bright idea to drive another 6 miles down to the light house Mull of Galloway. We were hit by a gale and she got soaked to the bone, I stayed in the car. I have to say, we had been very lucky with the weather up until that day. However, after a great dinner overlooking the harbor, we enjoyed a fantastic ...
Hi to you All, Monday 27th July we said our goodbyes to Roy's brother Brian and his wife Jackie who had been our hosts for 5 days in Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire and headed north back to Scotland to attend the British Women's Golf tournament at Turnberry on the west coast. We had booked a hotel for 2 nights in Gretna Green and no it wasn't to finally get married or renew our wedding vows after 41 years but a desire to explore Gretna and the surrounding countryside. After booking into the ...
... been following the Robbie Burns trail. Such an interesting life he had. Absolute hero in this area because he was born and spent many years living nearby.
we are on our final leg now. Leaving here tomorrow with 4 days to get down to Heathrow to leave on 30 June.
I have ben persevering with trying tondownload my phots on travel blog, but it is really, really slow. So i will put some onto my facebook. Sorry to mym friends who don't have ...
I couldn't send any photos yesterday, So I will try again now.
Had a long drive because we didn't want to go via the motorway. Lots of sheep on the road, roadworks, narrow winding, made for a slow trek.
We left Whitbarrow in the rain, stopped at Gretna Green to read the history, then kept going. When ...
... we could just make out the Isle of Man emerging from the haze. Sea birds were our only companions, although occasionally deer have been spotted, and through the grass peeped lots of tiny wildflowers very similar to our alpine ones. We had a 2 hour pocket of time to cross backwards and forwards across the bay whilst the tide was out, but time really seems to have stopped still anyway in this little out of the way place. The countryside is so pretty and green ...