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We have just finished a lovely week hear in the south of Scotland. Nearly castled out of course but that's how it goes.
There is no Brunston castle ha ha, maybe there was once but it isn't here now, just a golf course.
we did spend nearly a day at Culzean castle, fully restored it is aazing. Views over the ocean also. We seen museums about the rural life and local farm.
we did spend a day in Glasgow looking up addresses of Ash's ...
... the death of her parents. The castle is very elaborate and decorated with large paintings, silverware, china plates etc. the princess had many servants that cooked her dinner, helped her bathe. The servants were not allowed to be seen, they had to be invisible to the royal family. Lovely gardens surround the castle. We saw a Bavarian summer house. Look at the photo and you will see the walls and the roof are covered with pine cones. It looked awesome. ...
... out for tea for the dads. This morning Nat took us to see our first castle. The castle is called Dun Donald. The photos do not do this site justice. It is an old ruin but wonderful and old built in the 1400's owned by King Robert Stuart. It was a very lavish castle back in the day. We also had a look at Royal Troon Golf Club where I got into trouble. Apparently women are not allowed in the foyer, I was told it is for members only but ...
The drive to a Ayr was more than expected.
Ayr is the largest
of the Clyde Coast holiday towns, Ayr lies in the very centre of the
Firth of Clyde playground, 32 miles South-West of Glasgow, it looks out
glorious panorama of the Firth, with the majestic peaks of Arran in the
foreground and ...
... wise I got it just about right. The only clothes I didn't use were my lumi heavy Altura jacket, overshoes, buff and full fingered gloves, but I would have needed them if it had rained or been colder, which it certainly did/was on my last expedition. I didn't really need my first aid kit, thankfully. I didn't open my 'Lonely Planet' Cycling France book once, or need to use my map of France, but they were there just in case of technical breakdown. I didn't end ...