BEST WESTERN Garfield House Hotel
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... 8217;t finish the walk. By now I was looking forward to the Highlands and our cottage in the woods.
On September 6th we climbed aboard for a 3-hour train ride to Inverness in the Highlands. ...
... and I had a duel on Trivial Pursuits Disney (and each thought we won), but the best of all was the feeling of family togetherness. So sorry that we live so far away from these wonderful people. Really looking forward to seeing them again this weekend, and really sad that when we go we don't know when we will see them again. Certainly it is the biggest incentive to try and come back another time. Thank you so much Alicia for making the visit so warm and welcoming ...
... were two animatronic dinosaurs trying to frighten passing children, who barely noticed.
wait in the rain for the bus and back to the centre of the city to retrieve the car. It is too late to consider afternoon tea.
supper at the hotel was excellent and an early night. We pensioners need to recruit our strength for Loch Lomond and the quilt festival tomorrow. Our plan is to combine it with a visit to Helensburgh where there is a property designed and furnished by ...
... to not worry about it and before I knew it I was eating a delicious plate of Spaghetti Bolognese!!!! Turns out Prestwick was winning big time!
The last train was nearly due so we walked to the beach to see the seaside. We had not seen a beach with sand for a while so we were quite excited. Unfortunately it was quite cold so we definitely didn’t go in, although I touched the water just to check how cold it was (very!). We ...
... once the waves came up over the lower bell. We all would have liked to stay but the tide was rising ever so slowly and the bells remained silent and unmoved. The air was heavenly. A couple had their tent pitched on the beach, another couple lay on a blanket, a family who hiked over the hills to arrive here were the only others we shared this gorgeous vista with. Only in the Outer Hebrides!
We stopped to check out a memorial plaque on our way home. Who would have thought this ...