Davaar House Hotel and Restaurant
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... yellow before green, so you have a bit of warning. We drove into Dunfermline, where my Mum grew up. We visited places she talked about, particularly the Glen (Pittencrief Park) where she used to play. The park is huge, with immaculate gardens and lots of grassy areas. It is really well maintained and the history of how it became open to the public is interesting. Two things we noted were the large number of dogs, including some doing training, and mots ...
... in the comfort of my own home, I am there to experience the atmosphere not read a book! So what did I think? As I said very imposing and dominant from the outside, very regal. On the inside though tells a different story, I couldn't help but get the feeling that I was walking around a universal studio set, you know like the ones where you walk through the maze and have cheesy paintings and sub standard mannequins that felt like they were past their used by date about 30 years ago. ...
... Station it was dark and cloudy, but not raining. Dave decided, against my better judgement, to lug the suitcases up several flights of stairs, a few hills and brick and cobblestone walkways up to the Royal Mile. Then we met the owners of the apartment we're renting at their store, Cranachan & Crowdie.
What a wonderfully, warm welcome we received from Fiona and Beth. We've all been chatting online via email and now Twitter ...
... fudge made here -- and it was quite good.
I will let the photos tell the rest of the stories. There are quite a lot -- see if you can find Colm in the photos -- he was beside himself on this yacht -- pretending to be King (it's good to be King, said Colm).
We did have a nice high tea in the tea room aboard the ship. I had a nice breakfast tea with a Scone and clotted cream (if you have never ...
... idea, it is. At least it had an automatic transmission and space for all our luggage. With GPS assistance, we managed to navigate out of Edinburgh without getting into or causing an accident. The plan for the day was pretty simple: drive to Inverness (about 4 hours away) while stopping to see a number of sights along the way. We were hoping to make stops at Dunfermline Abbey, Lochleven Castle, Scone Palace, and ...