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- Marmot Gorge outer
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... I knew if I took my boots off I would never put them on again) to the landlord's recommendation, the Sherbrooke Castle Hotel, where, would you believe it, there was a reception for the same wedding party (or at least the same kilts) as we had seen outside the Hunterian while we were sitting pondering our route! We love the way Scots wear their kilts proudly and without embarrassment on occasions when anyone else in the ex-Commonwealth would wear suits. Duncan wears his ...
... Street to George Square and the surrounding area, that had several upscale stores, restaurants, and other shops. After strolling down a few more streets, we met up with Grandma and Grandpa back at the hotel before heading across the street to J.D. Wetherspoons across the street for dinner. We were able to find a few tables in the crowded pub and ordered drinks and food at the bar. The Celtic F.C. game ...
Stunning crossing from Belfast in a really flash boat. Weather awful but no problems with sea sickness. We spent our first night in Newton Stewart , a key point in Paul's time in Scotland forty years ago. We made our way there via a coastal route, our first taste of stunning Scotish landscapes and seascapes and litte villages. Lots of ruins,churches and other historic buildings. We were the only guests in a boutique b and b with a bath - ...
With a reporting time of 9-15am for the ferry back to mainland Scotland, we had arranged with our Kentraw Farmhouse host, Geraldine, to have our breakfast at 8 a.m., but inevitably were still a little later leaving on a very wet and windy morning. Not that it mattered, as we joined the queue of cars at Port Askaig at exactly 9.15 a.m. The MV "Hebridean Isles" set sail at 9.45 a.m. and it was a fond farewell to a rain swept Islay ...