Lands of Loyal Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... treasures. I picked up the kids and we went to the park (at the resort) and had a play on the equipment and made aeroplanes. We then headed to the games room to play air hockey and pool. Dinner in the pizza restaurant (at the resort) followed by watching the movie 'Up' (in the resort cinema). Andy cries every time we watch this movie. Back to our room to pack our ...
... bakeries are usually also cafes with sandwiches and soup on thier menus. At this time we didn't know what great goodies, cup cakes and delicious sandwiches were waiting just for us....and also a pleasant surprise from the neighbour of the bakery. We ordered our food, which was really yummy. Looking around in the cafe we noticed, that the place was decorated very lovely, with many cute old shelves and ceramic pots, cups and dishes. Everything in the bakery was set to ...
... but we have decided not hold back (taking your advice Mr. Buffery!) who knows when we'll be back! We are also trying to post pictures when possible. I am just trying to figure out how to transfer from camera to iPad. Hope we aren't boring anyone who's reading. I am doing my best to make the entries interesting!
Got to call Mom too. Miss them so much!
... really enjoyed a superb walk in wonderful countryside which covered 12.7 miles. We headed back to home via Forgandenny where children at the local junior school were holding their annual sports day and the M90. Back at the ranch it was a quick cup of tea and a change of clothes before heading to Salon 62! Angela and Stewart headed to the Boathouse for coffee as I enjoyed a bit of pampering from Audrey who had very kindly found space for me this morning in her ...
Gone to pot, Gone to the Mainland and the Black Market
After all the excitement of the previous day at the Cattle Show, Peggy was very intent on helping us with our plans to leave the island. Millhouse was the setting for a discussion about alarms clocks and catching ferries on the evening of the Show day. Ian, Donna and I were busy setting a variety of alarm clocks. The ferry to the mainland left at the unearthly hour of 8 am. Between serving us tea ...