Hunters Quay Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Hunters Quay Hotel Dunoon
Travel Blogs from Dunoon
... tour until we turned down a small street and the bus stopped. There were two illegally parked cars one on each side of the road and he was unable to get past. We waited for a while as we had a good seat up the top and at the front of the bus and eventually the tour guide said the police were coming. It was hilarious really, people were getting off the bus and taking photos and suggesting to the bus driver what to do. But ...
We decided it would be best to take it back to the John Lewis store in Buchanan Galleries and sort it out face to face. We had an easy morning - I washed my hair, caught up on the blog etc then late morning Lorna brought Grant back out to collect his hire car and she raced off to pick up a few things and Grant stayed and had lunch with us.
After lunch Craig, Linda and I took off for Glasgow leaving Grant to have a ...
... forest. As we walked into the track, two deer bounded away in front of us, off the track and into the fern. During a mini break in the trudging rain we found a swing and had swinging competitions until the thudding wetness started again. With wet heavy jeans we continued. We found the castle and climbed up to walk inside the crumbling walls. Nic found a little hole and some steps near what was left of the lookout so ...
... I have ever eaten in my life, the restaurant itself was an exciting experience as you got to watch the chef cook your food right in front of you. The chefs were entertainers as well - jugging knives, creative massive fireballs on the stoves and flicking food into the open mouths of patrons. It was a lovely last dinner in Glasgow!
In the morning we got on the train and made our way homeward to Durham. But that, my dear readers, is a story for another day.
... We immediately visited the Glasgow Cathedral, the gothic style cathedral built in the 12th century. It is also known as St. Mungo’s Cathedral. Saint Mungo was an apostle in the 6th century, and also the patron saint and founder of the city of Glasgow. Mungo was also known as Kentigern, and is famous for the four religious miracles he performed in Glasgow. The following verse describes those miracles:
Here is the bird that ...