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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Kilfinan
... issue was that it was raining and very windy, so we all wound up saturated! This didn't help how sick I was feeling unfortunately. We also stopped after lunch at another small castle ruin that you can walk inside, but once again it rained us out and we retreated to the bus. The fascinating part of today was learning of the massacre of the MacDonald clan by the Campbells in the Glencoe area. It is a long ...
... who advised us to try the Indian restaurant. My first Indian restaurant since the famed Ghandi, I was pleased to see awful blue Christmas lights on the wall as well as pathetic attempts at trying to make the restaurant seem more Christmassy. The food was great, with Will and I deciding to vary it up from our comfortable Indian orders. Both were delicious, especially the naan bread. The waiter consistently tried to upsize us, offering starters, popadoms and even trying to get us to ...
... gulls wheel and mew and survey their territory, white wings soaring joyously, defying both gravity and the passing of the seasons.
I go up to the cemetery with some blazing fuchsia cut from the garden and spend a little time there peacefully, the happy ghosts of past outings populating the scenery around me. Driving slowly home, I know that I am in the right place and even though things will never be the same again,
life can still be good.
... Another customer arrives as I am making my selection, and we have a polite gentlemanlike tussle about which of us is willing to forego the last of the French beans. I win, and award myself a bunch of dahlias in blazing colours as consolation. After putting my payment into the honesty box I take a walk around the gardens to see what else is coming up: a bed of onions in military formation, some colourful late lettuces, runner beans and ...
... was born. It's now used by a naval charity to provide a holiday base for families when someone returns from overseas service. There is a main road which now bypasses Luss, but when we came home police had closed it and were diverting traffic through Luss. Our B&B is on the old main road, and you can here traffic on the new road. As we got out of the car I thought I heard a helicopter preparing to take off, I was ...