Lodge on Loch Lomond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... not be very much traffic here. We arrived fairly early and decided to walk the footpath along the banks of the loch. It is just beautiful. When we returned from our walk, we had chocolate-covered strawberries and prosecco delivered to the room as part of the Romantic Getaway package I purchased from the hotel. Dinner is included, too, so we went up for dinner not long after. The restaurant is more like ...
... to rest in a straight line with the run. The party of young Frenchmen beside me cheers wildly with the crowd when someone makes the perfect toss, and groans when the next man fails to even upend the caber. The Americans to my left are trying to work out the rules. A family group also looks on for a while but their three little girls decide they would rather watch the dancing.
Things are beginning to wind down: the winner of the hill ...
... t want to tire her. She shared many stories about the farm and life in Carluke, but off course the most interesting were ones about Mum. I think Mums's family visited quite a lot, and Mum was evacuated there for a short time during the war. We had a really good time, then Sis suggested we visit the old farm Gowanside. Her brother's son now has the house, but he doesn't farm, he is a carpenter. It was good to have ...
... after deciding that we would eat later. Probably a mistake as T spent the rest of the afternoon feeling ill. Ploughing on, we hit the traffic at Glasgow and crawled through it until we hit the bottom of Loch Lomond. By this time it was 6.30 so we needed to find somewhere to stay. We saw the signpost to Luss and decided to check it out. The Hotel was full but we found a B & ...
... was lovely and intimate and we
got to know Graeme's family, who made us feel so welcome. Then about 50 other people came to the
reception which was amazing. Gemma did a beautiful speech followed by everyone
telling her that women don't usually speak at Scottish weddings. The feminist
in her was fuming I’m sure. Briony got changed into her sparkly dress which was
so perfect for all the dancing we were about to do.
There were ...