Fairfield House Hotel
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... queen's message (THAT SHE DIDN'T EVEN OPEN) inside it. I momentarily felt bad for him, then I remembered he was a prince and figured he'd have plenty of money and menservants to comfort him.
I would like to take a moment to have an aside about guest bedrooms.
Why do we all seem to think they need so many pillows?!? Grandma and Grandpa's had four, the one I'm in has eight! Nobody needs that many, surely? But I have been in the same position and put six pillows on a ...
... br> Our afternoon highlight was an optional boat cruise up the Loch Lomond- beautiful views.
Arrived in Glasgow around 5pm and headed out to find a place to dine after a short rest.
Ended up at "The Horse Shoe" pub. Audrey had steak, myself the sea bass and calamari - very good.
We struck up a conversation with two older locals Donald and Arthur, a couple of real characters. ...
... we then had to tidy up the suitcases ready for our change of country.
Our two weeks in Scotland has seen us travel from south to north, from east to west, from island to island and we have thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it, with one little glitch in Ayr that is now forgotten in the overall scheme of the wonderful experience of Scotland.
Let us hope that the next five weeks are just as good and we are looking forward to the next ten days in ...
... flight near north berwick today. It was 33 degree F and 30mph winds.
I got to see the first commercial flight Concorde for British airways. BOAA. It was breathtaking and beautiful. Absolutely the most beautiful aircraft ever made. It is such a sad story that he doesn't fly anymore but I'm glad to see that its preserved.
I'm on my way back to Edinburgh to see the ...
... met in the 'Hat, and lived there all the rest of their days; two Scottish immigrants brought to Canada in their teens, to make a better life for themselves than they could have in The Old Country at the time. Grandpa was born in Stranraer, Scotland, and my dad always wanted to visit the birthplaces of his parents. He never made it here himself...so (((hug))) part of this journey is for you, Da. (love the Scottish/Irish version of ...