Muirhouse Lodge Country Hotel
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... here dedicated to the poet Robert Burns. Burn's Supper caps off the night, always with the traditional Haggis, Neeps and Tatties and usually a bit of bag piping and poetry reading.
And no Burn's Supper is complete without Scotland's unofficial national soft drink, Irn-Bru. A radioactive orange carbonated soda, it appears to have the power to instantly dissolve the enamel off your teeth. I've heard the taste described as "like bubblegum" ...
... our working farm B&B and we were sorry to tell them good-bye as we drove north to Scotland. We paid homage to William Wallace on a gorgeous day in Stirling and then headed to Oban on the coast for the Argyllshire Gathering Highland Games. It's a very local affair, kicked off by the competing Pipers (this year, Oban was host to the Piping World Championships) who lead the crowd from town up the hill to the pitch. Simultaneously you can see Scottish dancing, track events on a ...
... It's an old style museum with strange taxidermied animals and sculptures, it had a biology wing and an egypt exhibition, as well as art from some of Glasgow's best.
I dropped into a latin restaurant for dinner which meant burritos and churros! Then it was the late bus to London. A lovely girl from Paisley was sat next to me, so I had good company all the way there, even if it was not very conducive to sleep.
... look off.
Anyway we quickly got out of there only to run into an amazing looking salon within less that 10 seconds out the door & around the corner. Dark. So dark.
The night went off without a hitch! First and probably (due to lack of time) last night out ing Glasgow. The next morning we all headed out for brunch where I has a near perfect eggs bene. Success.
... quite a bit and it looked like you were going to hit something at every turn. The streets were really tight and it was amazing how these bus drivers moved these buses through the streets. Several times we thought the bus was going to hit pedestrians that weren't paying attention. We really enjoyed the tour it was not only interesting for the history and architecture but because it was a gorgeous day and the bus was really fun to ride.
After the bus tour we met up with Z. We ...