Glazert Country House Hotel
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We boarded the Balloch train in time to get a good coffee and spent much of
the journey entertained by Jeremy packing and unpacking his rucksack in
order to get it just so.
Despite worries about missing our boat connection at Balloch, we made it in
good time. Traversing Loch Lomond in one boat to Luss and then another to
Rowadennan was the highlight of the day for me. For Jeremy, it was the
... way we stopped at Witley Court, one of England's most extravagant country houses. Even though there has been a house on this property since it was occupied by a cousin of William the Conqueror in the 1080's, it wasn't until the 1800's that it became the party house of the royals. An enormous ruin today, due to a fire in the 1930's, it is still amazingly impressive as all the gardens and fountains have been refurbished and it is quite easy ...
... want to be part of the UK anymore or whether they want to be independent. Very exciting times politically here. We also learned at the museum about some interesting town traditions. One was where they cover someone in burrs and he is nominated the Burry Man. They also nominate a young lady from primary school as the fair queen and reenact the coronation of Queen ...
... Its about 120 miles from the ferry port to my house and its normally done
in just after two hours. However, today it was to be a bit longer and its all
thanks to a slow go truck that I simply could not get passed. This large truck
pulled out in front of me near the town of Pathead and soon after that the road
becomes rather narrow with solid white lines in the centre for the next 6 miles
or so and so I was stuck behind him for ages. ...
For some mysterious reason our Hotel thought breakfast out was the way to go and suggested the little cafe around the corner which we had already discovered. They don't open until 9 am which suits Wendy and Andy perfectly. After breakfast we again caught the cute little subway and headed into the city. We visited the Gallery of Modern Art which is very close to where we were meeting Christine and Ritchie. Lovely old building with some interesting ...