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Picked up the hire car this morning and headed out of the city. For the first time on the trip it was overcast and showery so a good job we were driving today rather than walking about. A very pretty drive alongside Loch Lomond for several kilometres, then through a mountainous area heading for the coast at Oban. There was even a little snow on some of the ...
... still, beautiful water - all good for the soul (and contemplation!). We experienced beautiful mist just hanging "on them hills". It was just lovely. Stopped for our morning coffee at a little cafe right on the loch. Skirted Glasgow (probably just another city) heading for the Lake District. I will be sorry to leave Scotland and would love to return some day to see the more isolated parts. Cities are ...
... well-known city, but it has a fairly poor reputation as a big industrial hub with lots of crime and gang violence. Luckily, we hadn't planned on spending too much time in Glasgow though - just one night.
We were able to use my employee rate at the Radisson Blu right downtown on Argyle Street. It was very nice, with a great modern feeling. After checking in, Mom, Dad, Nikki and I walked ...
... in 1860 and the replica of the famous Claret Jug are on display. Prestwick is a course which reminds all who play it of the essence of links golf as originally conceived
The Gailes is a great location for golfing or visiting in the Troon, Ayr, Irvine, and Prestwick. Our room was done in a modern décor with warm boutique yet homey feel. It definitely meets its four-star rating ...
... has been recently restored by the CWGC. We now realise that our original plan to visit this cemetery and locate Malcolm's grave ourselves, even with knowledge of the general location from burial records would have been possibly unsuccessful.
It was pleasantly sunny as we stood beside Malcolm's grave, chatting with Kenny and Scott about many things, mostly relating to Malcolm - his family, what he was doing at just 20 years old and how it all ended instantly with ...