Gleddoch House Hotel, Spa & Golf Club
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGleddoch House Hotel, Spa & Golf Club Langbank
Mah diciamo che è in culo ai lupi e con il pullman non ci si riesce quasi ad arrivare.
La cena è stata buona, o mangiato pesce, la colazione invece te la preparavano sul momento e non mi sono fidato, ma domani se tutto va bene provo il porridge.
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... absolutely delicious, served with whisky sauce and oatcakes. Yummmm.
In the afternoon we visited the Wallace Monument, built in the 1800s as a memorial to the town's most famous hero. William Wallace led the bid for Scottish independence (you may remember Mel Gibson in the film Braveheart) and famously beat the English at Stirling Bridge. We climbed all 246 steps up the narrow ...
... queens lived with numerous school groups and a couple of bus loads of tourists. The grounds are beautiful and planting is in full swing, presumably for the Commonwealth Games. By the time the games start the gardens should be magnificent. The views from the castle walls were magnificent looking out in every direction, mountains, rivers, bog land and roads. An international choir was practicing in the great hall ...
... In the gift shop, I was able to find tartans for a couple of my Scottish lines of descent. On my mother’s side I found the Geddes family, which has several different tartans. On my Fendall family line, I purchased refrigerator magnets for the Alexander line and the Bruce line.
Without trying to bore my readers, I will attempt to lay out some of this heritage to you, more for my personal information, and for my siblings and relatives reading this ...
... the hardest but I am so thankful for those few days I spent with them. If you are reading this Uncle Dave and Aunty Edith, I love you both so much x
The train to Liverpool Central wasn't long, and once I had walked from Central station to Lime street my little journey was really starting. Off I went to Glasgow. I am typing this on the train currently, a few observations- even in the fog the train ride to Scotland is breath ...
... egg and the greasy sausages.
We met up with Ben and Cushla at 10.00am and decided to walk up the hill to find Greyfriars Bobby. We found the statue of this skye terrier dog and then went across to the cemetery where his master had been buried. Grey Friars Bobby had been so devastated by his master, John Gray's death, that he used to sneak into the cemetery by crawling under the cemetery gates and guarded his ...