Holiday Inn Express Greenock
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with many sstories, the Grassmarket which used to be a place of execution as well as a produce mart. At the lower end of the Royal Mile is Holyrood House, the official royal residence in Scotland. The charm of the Old Town is not to be outdone by the magnificent New Town, a gem of 18th-century town planning. In 1867, the Lord Provost James Drummond promoted the construction of a new quarter, largely to correct the horrid sanitation of ...
... br> On the bus we pass through Glasgow and Clyde bank. The towns were for the most part like any other city. It did have quite a few old buildings that were well looked after. The scenery quickly changed to country, parts of it simular to home. All of Scotland that we saw was as green as home, that made it more attractive. Then we saw the highlands with their rolling hills.
We stopped at the pretty village of Luss. This pretty village sits ...
... to the question of what is underneath he said about half wear something and half nothing. It was cloudy and misty when we left Greenock but it cleared up to be a beautiful sunny day when we got the Highlands. We visited Inveraray Castle which is still occupied by the Duke of Argyll. They allow tourist visits to help them afford to keep the castle. It is beautifully furnished and had over 1,300 pieces of art. It ...
... written for folks like us, who are comfortable with driving, doing a lot of walking, and staying in B&Bs rather than big hotels while in Europe. While I don't always agree with some of his hotel suggestions (I'm too old to stay in a hostel), I have yet to be steered wrong with a restaurant recommendation or sightseeing advice. He's got guidebooks published for just about everywhere in ...
... flowers, birds, and cattle in the pasture nearby...a great memory to start out Scotland for us. Had hoped to see some of the bats in the garden (it is a bat refuge) or deer, but they didn't show. Still had more than an hour to Greenock on the wide River Clyde. This city had a history of shipbuilding, along with nearby Glasgow, but now could use some civic improvement. Told Dan we could go to KFC since we had missed them along the ...