Dalgair House Hotel
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... crest on it. Ended up with four napkins to use for the elite few at my next afternoon tea. Stuart and I are laughing that we were royals dinning, the service was kept like as if the royals were on board. What I thought was interesting, was Britannia sailed on her maiden voyage from Portsmouth to Grand Harbour, Malta, departing 14 April and arriving 22 April 1954. She carried Princess Anne and Prince Charles to Malta in order for them to meet the Queen and Prince ...
... to settle for a few amazing photos to capture the sight (which they did) fairly long drive to Fort William where we stayed ON in BB.Didn't arrive till very late so ventured out in the evening to pleasant city. Found delicious dinner and recanted the exploits of the day over a wine,.The entire restaurant thought we were drunk. had amiable frenzy until midnight AGAIN. seems we are putting in 18 hour days and surviving on little sleep and until tomorrow ...
... baggage allowance.
Judith, Frances and I visited Farmston to inspect the new walled garden as it takes shape. We all agreed it's looking wonderful, with classically symmetrical lines.
Ps I entitled this 'through' to Perthshire because the Scots don't say ' I'm going over to Glasgow, but I'm going 'through' to Glasgow...quaint, ...
... for having four seasons in one day, but Scotland knocks this over in about an hour. In one day, we passed from driving rain to beating sun to heavy wind and then through everything in between. It’s amusing to be hanging out on a lovely sandy beach, paddling in the water in t-shirt and rolled up pants and then, not five minutes later, dashing for cover, shoes and coats to avoid the rain. I celebrated this with a run of cartwheels across the sand which I’m sure was enjoyed by ...
... are larger and not all fenced in stone. There are huge estates belonging to generations of the same families with large plantations of beautiful trees of greens, yellows and maroons ( Scotts pine, spruce,oak & Birch) so pretty.
May 20 - Drove down the M9 to Edinburgh city, great city divided by a railway line. Alongside the railway there are beautiful city gardens which used to be an open sewer that ...