Kilfinan Hotel

Kilfinan, Kilfinan, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA21 2AP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Luss Day 3

A travel blog entry by cdonaldson


... t want to tire her. She shared many stories about the farm and life in Carluke, but off course the most interesting were ones about Mum. I think Mums's family visited quite a lot, and Mum was evacuated there for a short time during the war. We had a really good time, then Sis suggested we visit the old farm Gowanside. Her brother's son now has the house, but he doesn't farm, he is a carpenter. It was good to have ...

Luss Day 2

A travel blog entry by cdonaldson


... get the camera out and got some photographs. The accident was only a few hundred metres from where we're staying. A lot of police and fire engines came back through the village. After a short rest, I decided to go for a walk to the old slate quarry. This was quite good, it goes a little bit into Luss Glen, and there are good views of a river and waterfalls. I think I saved an old welsh man and his dog from a night in ...

Potent Whiskey

A travel blog entry by lisaajane


I am tired.I suppose I brought that on myself didn’t I?So today, I spent the morning going for a walk along the harbour
side in Oban…the obvious way to wear on tiredness is to create more of it.The afternoon was spent at a whisky distillery doing a tour.
Look who finally remembered to book!!It was good to see how it ...

You take the low road. I'll take the high!

A travel blog entry by rnjemk


The last two days since leaving Borrowdale have been an easier drive, despite our chancing our arm on the spaghetti bowl of motorway intersections at Glascow. After a three hour drive from Borrowdale we stopped early in the afternoon and rested overnight at the Thornbill Inn, just north of Dumfries, with the intention of taking the ferry across to Bute the next day (Saturday, 26 April).

The weather was, however, a little iffy on Bute, so the innkeeper suggested that ...

Stirling to Oban

A travel blog entry by shirleynaomi


Stirling I forgot to add when Holyrood Castle was built. It was built under the orders of James IV in 1498, who enlarged an existing guesthouse of the nearby abbey. Little of the original building is left today. Fifty years after its construction, the palace suffered serious damage by the Earl of Hertford's troops and a century later Cromwell's army left their own mark on it. By the time the monarchy was restored, there was little left of the ...

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