Lands of Loyal Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Lands of Loyal Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Lands of Loyal Hotel Alyth
Travel Blogs from Alyth
... her, so I was happy to see that she could write. We showed her some pictures and Heidi's book,which she was happy to learn of and see. I left a copy with her, and she said she would like to read it, so if she is able to, despite some vision still lacking on the right side of one eye, that would be encouraging for both her and us. It's a balance between her pushing herself too little or too much, but she is a determined person, and when she wants ...
... ended with a smile. Arguments are diffused with
a smile. Scammers smile when they are rumbled by backpackers. Some things are
just not worth getting worked up over. Rather, we should smile at such things.
10. Places are great, but people
I'm very fortunate that I got to
see some amazing things and visit incredible places. Seeing the temples of
Angkor, chilling out on some of the most beautiful islands in the world and
eating the ...
My house guest this week is a book-lover from England, so it seems very appropriate to take him to see the first ever free public lending library in Scotland, tucked away in the heart of Perthshire. Our route goes past Stirling so we break our journey to check out the new National Trust Heritage Centre at Bannockburn, which was opened earlier this year to commemorate the 700th anniversary of a battle which was crucial in defining the future identity of Scotland.
... British ceramics and enjoying the British tea culture! The car was fully packed at this time and we couldn't arrange for the space for the ceramics right now, so while we were paying for our food, we decided to put the bakery on our agenda for our planned stop at Drummond Castle next week. While mentioning the Drummond Castle trip the bakery owner, Susan, suddenly said: "Oh, your a Drummond, you must speak to my neighbor. She is very interested in the Drummond ...
... a bit and he continued to impart very sage advice about dealing with family in a way that fosters growth and healing.
On my last day in Scotland, I went with Diego to St. Mary’s library. For lunch, I ate by far the most delicious fish and chips I’ve ever had, from The Tailend, smothered in vinegar and salt. I blogged alongside students in Saint Andrews and occasionally glanced out the window at a gigantic tree that Diego said was planted by the Queen ...