Kilmichael Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Back on track we went through the museum, the Auld Kirk, and the Brig 'o Doon (Bridge over the River Doon). We also wandered through the gardens of the Robbie Burns Monument. It was a sunny, warm day. Stopped further up the coast and watched the air show, that Vulcan bomber is huge and intimidating. Apparently they had to be refuelled 3 times in the air on the way to the ...
Here we go. Nothing booked for tonight, let's see where we end up. The only thing we plan is to head towards Ayr on the South West coast of Scotland.
First Mary had to make another visit to the Seaham beach to look for sea glass. Pieces of glass that ended up in the sea when there was a glass factory nearby in the past. Its getting harder to find, but Mary managed ...
... They live in the upper rooms but for special functions they will use the rooms that the public are allowed to see. The T.V shown Downtown Abby filmed an episode there, where they met there Scottish cousins. We caught the ferry for part of the trip back. We stayed on the bus and the bus drove straight on along with two other buses. We were allowed out of the bus on the ferry. The view across the water towards the castle was amazing. Straight out of a story ...
... with all our gear to our guest house 'Tigh na tobrach', about a 10 min walk south in the crisp fresh air, passing friendly people, some sheep in paddocks, and the odd rabbit scuttle by. There must be lots of rabbits on the island as you can see many rabbit holes along the road side. We were greeted by our friendly host Norman, and settled into our warm spacious room for a little while to relax. We hadn't had time so far for any lunch, and Noah wasn't looking like having a sleep, ...
... CuppaSoup), the precision German engineering tweaked to perfection (4 tyres kicked and the oil checked), the fridge stuffed with enough booze to float a battleship (Coals to Newcastle, anybody?), and the various wee knick knacks necessary to meet fully the not yet fully homogenised traffic regulations of the various nations of the EU and Norway have been stowed. ( e.g 2 Hi-Vis vests, Twin warning triangles, Spare ...