Lands of Loyal Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was related to Jessie Innes. I would investigate later.....
I only know a few facts about my paternal grandfather, I know his name was George Anderson. I have been told that he was born in a little place called Leysmill. Although I haven’t been able to find out any other information about George it was really nice of Rory to drive us through Leysmill to get a feel for the place he once lived.
We also drove along the street ...
... 1800s in a very late Georgian style.
It definitely has more the appearance of a palace than a castle. Unfortunately,
though, no photography is allowed inside the grand and elegant interior rooms of
the castle (they say it’s because it’s still lived in by the Murray family, but
I don’t see what that has to do with it). There are many family photos in one
room and the current master of the house is a ...
Upper Lago Hotel and Restaurant. Weather mainly fine with an occasional shower Left Lochinver at 9:30am to drive to St Andrews. The start was the scenic coastal route. We stopped at Corrieshalloch Gorge and the Falls of Measach. A deep gorge formed during the Ice Age. A nice walk to two view points. Back on the road. We stopped ...
... are over, and we should have had some "tea" at 5:30 or 6:00pm. But I didn't figure that out, and so we were both starving when we had finally finished our first drinks, at about 8pm, and the meal was finally brought out to be served at the coffee table we were seated around. And the meal consisted of a small fish-plate, most beautifully arranged in concentric circles of half cherry tomatoes, cucumber slices and smoked salmon - perhaps a little more than I might have served a ...
... Street. This way we'll have covered all the main streets and made sure we haven't missed anything. The 'Llamas Fair' is now in full swing. We pass the ruins of Blackfriars Chapel with Madras College behind it and also admire the Town Hall, St Mary's College building and Holy Trinity Church. We return to the car park and put one of the circling vultures out of their misery by vacating our parking space. We head out to the town of Culpar which, after St Andrews, is a ...