De Vere Cameron House
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... tour we were dressing up every night so using spray to perk it up and of course I'm now well overdue a visit to my beloved Robyn. Anyway it did the trick and it's looking a lot better now.
We had some of Mum's wonderful soup for lunch - oh how we love that! Craig took Rori for a walk and Mum, Linda and I sat and chatted for a fair bit of the afternoon.
At night we'd arranged that we'd all ...
... a magnificent gothic house, seat of the Marquis of Bute and stuffed with rare books, Tintorettos and Titians. Fascinating story there...the current incumbent is quite the tear away and doesn't use his title, preferring to be known as Johnny Bute or Johnny Dumfries. He left school early and worked incognito ...
... was in itself dangerous as I was sure I would cause the damn thing to upend dumping me back on the ground again. My bad knee of course is the one that took the brunt of my athletic manoeuvres and someone mentioned getting a medic to see me which I hastily declined and assured them that an ice pack would do the trick. I eventually found myself a sunbed and true to my word I ordered the cocktail of the day which had a twofold healing purpose. the ice I used on my knee and the alcohol ...
Der Tag begann mit unseren morgendlichen Ritualen: Aufstehen, Heizung an, ins Bad gehen, Frühstücken, Wasser tanken, Schmutzwasser ablassen losfahren. Doch nun zum letzten mal auf der Irischen Insel. In kurzer Entfernung zum Campingplatz befindet sich Carric-a-Reede. Eine winzige Insel (eigentlich mehr ein großer Fels), der mit einer Hängebrücke mit dem "Land" verbunden ist. ...
... Fully loaded with food we made our way to the Wallace Monument, which is a half an hour walk from the center of town. Along the way we walked over Stirling Bridge, which was the location of one of William Wallace's most famous victories. The Scottish forces at Stirling allowed half of the advancing English army to advance over the bridge - which was quite narrow and only allowed two men to walk abreast. They then ambushed them ...