Macdonald Marine Hotel & Spa
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
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... I couldn't count them all, but everywhere I looked another tartan, another bus, another pip major trying to rally his band. I think there was more than 30 different bands (and this is just a local highland games)
Both our bands performed very well. the scoring was very close between 1st and 3rd. Our 3rd grade band came away with a third place (but had the same point score as second place winner). ...
... had been kept all nice so it was quite pretty but also eerie. I really liked it out there though, nice little quiet place and pretty!
That night we took a trip out to Haymarket for some sushi at a place recommended by a local at Jason's work. It was amazing. First proper good sushi in the UK or the closest we've come across which resembles what you can expect a normal sushi meal to be like at home. It was very good. On the way home we ...
... of road that will have a bus running along it and I doubt hitch hiking will work with the personalised numberplate brigade. Back round another golf course (for children...rich children?) learning the sport. Somehow we eventually reach North Berwick. We have just missed the bus. It's Sunday so an hour to wait but at least there's a seat and its not raining. Afterthought: who is John Muir? Some kind of sadist I conclude. I ...
Breakfast at the Windsor Hotel was just as bad. We were served by a 16 year old girl who appeared to be in charge. There were many things that had run out on the menu and what they did have was terrible. It was then time to check out. We approached reception and the couple who we saw walk out of the restaurant last night were also present. The receptionist tried to overcharge us and when we tried to explain the situation with dinner, she informed us ...
... massacred the McDonald's in the 1690's. Oban hosted us for the night in a week old church converted hostel. We went to a traditional Scottish Ceilidh (dancing party) and this turned out to be the most fun and definitely sweaty night of the trip. Ari got to work off his bottled up senior citizen charm dancing with some 70 plus stunners after being around far to many young folk in the last five days for his liking. Meanwhile I got to take a spin with the flamin' Scotsman. It was a ...