Duck Bay Hotel & Marina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The National Wallace Monument is a tower standing on the summit of Abbey Craig, a hilltop near Stirling in Scotland. It commemorates Sir William Wallace, a 13th-century Scottish hero. Pic 1. This was the site chosen for any members of Tim's church who could make it, to gather for a special event. Normally this would be fine as there are great views of the Stirling area from the base of ...
... through the town square and including the main shopping streets. So far it has just been a pain: we have had to get used to detours round closed roads and new one-way systems. Parking has been a pain, at least by the relaxed standards pertaining here: after nearly six years my inner London benchmark has faded considerably.
The roadworks keep shifting week by week, so it has frequently been an orienteering exercise to find ...
... Now every time I'm back in Scotland, one of the first dates to be fixed in my calendar is a catch up with them.
It was great to see them both and we were able to check out all the recent renovations which they've had done to both their back and front gardens and catch up on how their gorgeous grandchildren were going. Jess had booked a table for us at the Inn at Kippen so we piled into the car and headed there for dinner. We had the most ...
There are no photos, there is nothing say, but we all safely negotiated our way around Glasgow! The best planning in the world didn't stop one of us ending up on the M74 and the others cycling past Celtic football ground about 20 mins before kick off, oh the joys ...the rest rest we will leave to your imagination. Then we found the Cycle path ...
... with their daughters) and finally on to Martin and Helen's house. Southampton airport was uneventful, save Helen being stopped for carrying a Swiss Army Knife through Security but fortunately, being a provincial airport they let Martin take it back to the car. Apparently it wasn't the blade that was the problem, but the fact that it had multiple tools which could be used for dismantling an aircraft! Not sure what you'd use the spike for getting stones out of ...