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... Back on track we went through the museum, the Auld Kirk, and the Brig 'o Doon (Bridge over the River Doon). We also wandered through the gardens of the Robbie Burns Monument. It was a sunny, warm day. Stopped further up the coast and watched the air show, that Vulcan bomber is huge and intimidating. Apparently they had to be refuelled 3 times in the air on the way to the ...
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After instructions from Bill and Marie, off we went towards Ayr in Scotland. We have been on this route before, through.Newcastle, Carlisle and Gretna Green. The traffic and roads were very good.
We stopped for coffee at Houghton Hall Garden centre. It's huge with everything from pets to hobbies - not to mention the gardening stuff. Mary loved ...
This is located at the very most southern part of Scotland. We arrived about 10 am and the weather was threatening. Started touring their walled garden, a least 2 acres. It was very tropical and saw many palms, yuccas and plants from the southern hemisphere. At times you felt like you were Florida, then our old UCSD Campus ...
... very well at the B&B by our hosts. We found a pub in Girvan which did lovely meals so we ate there most nights. We went into Ayr one evening after the golf and had a meal at a local restaurant and wandered around the city and harbour. All in all our stay has been enjoyable however the weather has been disappointing especially as it's the middle of summer. Tomorrow we return you England and hopefully better weather as we could do with some sun on our faces. Good bye to you all until next ...
We have just finished a lovely week hear in the south of Scotland. Nearly castled out of course but that's how it goes.
There is no Brunston castle ha ha, maybe there was once but it isn't here now, just a golf course.
we did spend nearly a day at Culzean castle, fully restored it is aazing. Views over the ocean also. We seen museums about the rural life and local farm.
we did spend a day in Glasgow looking up addresses of Ash's ...