Glazert Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... East Kilbride. The main building housed artefacts illustrating the history of farming. There were tableaux of period farm activities and domestic activities and a video explaining the Scottish clearances. Everything was well presented. Lots of old, rusted farm machinery, some of which I recognised from the implement sheds at home! We took a tractor ride over the hill to a farm and farm ...
... towards the North Sea. In the late 1800s this body of water west of Edinburgh was spanned by a cantilevered railway bridge that I read about as a kid in World Book Encyclopedia as a particular bridge-building engineering marvel. While trains heading north cross the bridge frequently there’s not much in the way of a viewing platform or a visitor center at the bridge yet. There’s also a newer road bridge and what looks like an ...
... views around every corner.
Walking in Scotland feels like I have stepped into a photograph.
When we arrived home, the mist had cleared and I could see clearly the amazing view from the hill from Adrian and Mette's House. It was amazing. You can see across the water to Edinburgh, and out to the town of Inverkeithing.
Today I got up early and put on a nice dress.Not for any reason other than it was boiling outside. No
really, that was the only reason.Then I picked up my phone, bag, jacket and left.But I forgot to pick up my jacket and instead picked up just
Barney’s jacket. And while I was on my way to the Transport Museum, I
realised maybe I should have got mine too.It began raining about ...
... nice to be able to relax after such a run, and in fact the entire weekend with Rachael and Paul was relaxing and exactly what I needed (including the home cooked meals by Rachael) after the hustle and bustle of Istanbul. The following day Rachael and I went to Edinburgh for the day. It is only a 50min train trip away. Edinburgh is a beautiful city (see photos and commentary). On Sunday we woke to another grey day - seemed pretty typical by now ...