Kilmichael Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Albeit that is by choice, but true nonetheless. Given the furthest I have travelled is to the USA, I’ve decided to take the opportunity to do a spot of travelling and see some of the world. I’m hopeful there will be some good stories ...
Today we docked in Greenock, Scotland which is known as the Gateway to Glasgow. This was definitely one of the better ports for hospitality. Upon disembarking the ship, we were met by two men in full Scottish regalia. Usually the ship's crew dress up for photos at the bottom of the gangway, but today they were authentic representatives. Once inside the terminal building, we were met by volunteers offering trays of whiskey shots. Kier was particularly impressed that ...
... of John Bulloch - Al found a Spiers name at the local museum. A beautiful lunch at a olde worlds pub and up to the lookout to get a beautiful view Of the city. We saw a wedding and a piper playing Al's "song" and then had a beautiful meal tea time at another pub One more tour around the town and back to Roberts boat club for coffee and drinks We left Robert and Jess very late and Al drove home one hour back to Ayr A fantastic and full day with some lovely Scots ...
... guard for Noah's stroller. He's 'home and hosed' in his stroller with his iPhone shielded from the elements while we get wet. This was an extremely early night for us all but we needed it. After a good nights sleep, Gary and I left Josh and Noah to sleep in and we got up very early for a trek up Dunn I... the highest point on Iona. Josh and I have done this walk before and it would by no means be 'Noah friendly'. Even Gary had a fall on the way down thanks to the slippery ...
... a carol that was “very popular in Canada” titled “It Came Upon a Midnight Clear”. This was definitely a pure coincidence. Once the choir was done, everyone moved to the adjoining activity room for tea and snacks where we were introduced to some of the locals from Beith – a couple of whom we would meet again in the coming days.
The next morning, we moved over to Sally’s place, which was to be our home base for the rest of our ...