Bay Glenburn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for a Scottish evening. The evening was put on for the coach tours (tours of retired people who stay in the hotels and are taken sight seeing during the day) a Scottish man hosting immediately picked me as his favourite for the evening and asked many questions about where I was from and what dances I knew. He asked some of the ladies to dance and introduced highland dancers and a bagpipe player from the local band. As I sat there ...
... to the National Gallery of Edinburgh. We stopped for directions there, then turned back the other way to find the info centre. We went in and got a bunch of brochures and maps and that sort of thing, then we headed back across the bridge to find some lunch. We found a little cafe called Viva Mexico, and went in for some Mexican! Darren and I got something called a chimichanga, which was absolutely delicious. Like a burrito, but deep fried then covered in guacamole, cheese ...
... they took our back tyres off re-beaded the wheel the correct way pumped it up and replaced them checking our tyre pressures. They even let us fill up our water tanks. Thank You Kingsway Tyres. We went to a few other places and then set off for Kent to spend the night. We were on a roll now.
Down the M11 and then on to the M25 over the Dartford Bridge then onto the M2 soon be ...
... Knoxy arriving
Bute is a small island nestled in close to the west coast of Scotland, across from Ayrshire. Bute is in easy travel distance from Glasgow – a train runs from Glasgow Central to Wemyss Bay and connects to a ferry which takes you across to the town of Rothesay, the capital of Bute. The trip takes about 1½ hrs, so in the days before cheap holidays to Spain, Bute was very popular as a holiday destination. In fact, Bute was famous as "the place to go" during the Glasgow Fair, a ...