Lands of Loyal Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we kept seeing electronic highway signs warning "Heavy Rain Expected". We got to the site of the games at 10:00. While there WAS an organization of arenas and venues, it was not laid out for the public well, so it took us a bit to figure things out. We started in the way-back arena with the Level 4 (lowest level) pipers bands competition. We had watched several when the nex band in line was from the USA. We wanted to move on to the ...
... up close today. Ron took about 30 photos of them. (see photo)
Finally, there was another wedding! That is 3 we have been sideline witnesses to since arriving in England! One at Magdelyn College in Oxford; one at the Tattoo in Edinburgh; and, now, today at Glamis Castle. Today's was accompanied by a lovely pair of white horses and a fancy black carriage.
And, yes, we have one castle and one palace ...
... America and the grove is reminiscent of the Giant Redwoods, in nature, when strolling through it. There is also a beautiful walled garden (about 9 acres) with many large garden requisites, such as a large pond, a bridge, a pagoda, fruit trees, gorgeous flowers, some statues and a folly. This garden was especially well-designed with effective use of grass, trees, water and flowers in its own unique style. The rain held out until we were walking a mile back to the train - not ...
... was repurposed to build a pier. We walked up to the Cathedral and wandered there for a couple of hours. We finished by climbing the 157 steps to the top of St Rules Tower. The view was definitely worth it. We drove back down the coast to Anstruther and had supper at the Waterfront Restaurant, really great place. Once we got back to the Caledonian we met Brian, Alan's cousin, for a drink in the bar. Arranged that we would meet the rest of the family for dinner there on the ...
... at the rear wheel.
Glendevon was lovely as usual but totally white all over. As normal I stopped to have a chat with my horse friends en route. These poor animals looked frozen and just wanted some loving care.
After reaching the summit at Glendevon I decided enough was enough and I decided to head home to the warmth of my house in ...