Poppies Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the house as all the walls are still standing and there are photos extant of some of the rooms.
Also on our way is the Castle of Warwick (pronounced "Warrick"). This beautifully refurbished castle was never damaged during the English Civil War and has retained it's original architecture. Built upon a defensible sandstone ledge above the Avon River beginning in 1068 by William the Conqueror, this place is now the ...
... cruise on the Loch Lomond, a freshwater Scottish loch which crosses the Highland Boundary Fault. It is the largest inland stretch of water in Great Britain by surface area. The loch contains many islands, including Inchmurrin, the largest fresh-water island in the British Isles. This is where the song Oh, ye'll tak' the high road, and I'll tak' the low road, And I'll get to Scotland afore ye; But me and my true love will never meet again On the bonnie, ...
Glasgow was everything I'd hoped it would be, and it was where I spent the majority of my time in Scotland.
We first took in downtown Glasgow at night, through George Square where a Christmas fair, complete with a carousel and flying swings, flooded the surrounding roman architecture with light and shadows. We found an old Scottish pub and stayed for some chips (fries) and a pink-on-on-the-bottom, blue-on-the-top drink called a 'cheeky bimbo'. Or at least that's what we ...
... the large panels.
The flooring we opted for was engineered oak, like laminate but made of real wood.
For the ceiling we used oak laminated ply, 4mm thick so it could be bent to the curvature of the roof. Into this we installed 4 warm yellow LED downlighters.
... lies with his Scottish great uncle and aunt. The route was initially flat, sealed and reasonably well maintained then after passing a large, well cared for tombstone for a lady who perished on the Titanic it became increasingly overgrown as we ascended a hillside area to find that Kenny and helpers had clearly done a lot of work to completely remove all the long grass, weeds and bushes - even the surrounding grass pathways had been mowed and all the lettering ...