Lands of Loyal Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... down to choose our various cheesecakes. Mmmmm!! Replete we set out for the airport and our flight home. This time it was on time and we had an uneventful journey. None of us slept and we arrived at Glasgow at 5am - midnight in Orlando! We dropped Cameron off at home to have a glass of milk then bed. Willie and I arrived home about 7.45 and went to bed till midday. Back to normal now with all our happy memories to see us through the rest of the Scottish ...
David and Diane offered to drive us over to the east coast to see St Andrews (of the famous golf course) and neighbouring fishing villages. En route we stopped by a memorial to a witch burning.
The scenery is very reminiscent of NZ in terms of the farming and geology however the buildings show the true difference (age and the stone construction) as do the stone walls which ...
... National Trust does of their visitors today! We linger in the library until closing time, and then linger some more in the idyllic early 16th century chapel and graveyard by the river, before very reluctantly taking our leave.
Our homeward route is via Strathearn, through flower-filled villages, fat fields and rolling hills dozing in the evening sun. By Loch Earn a ghostly sculpture of a naiad emerges theatrically from the lake, looking as if it were ...
... ditto, would you want to live with one? - and the third was a 1920s/1930s fashion / portrait photographer called Edward Steichen - lovely portraits of all the film stars and some nice fashion photography. It always interests me, at these sorts of exhibitions, how little the really good photographers follow "The Rules" and yet their images are so powerful. Some of the Afghan ones were not even focussed "correctly," and yet were still so powerful. And even ...
... I am interested when shopping in a strange country) I had acquired all the things I needed like black-out curtains and kitchen sink plugs (not, unfortunately, one for the bath - we joked before leaving that we should carry a one-size-fits-all plug, as we had been told to for Turkey, but didn't, and regretted deeply and now we're regretting it again) and a laundry basket, and I could do battle with the roundabouts and roadworks again. I begin to understand one part of ...