Premier Inn Ayr A77/Racecourse
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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August 10 Sunday Inverness-Loch Lomond - Glasgow Leaving Inverness at 8.30am to blue skies mild weather no hurricane Bertha yet! Comfortable hotel but rude non UK dining staff. More war stories about Bonny Prince Charlie and his highlander Jacobites and the battle at Culloden 1746 and England's Duke of Cumberland. Red and blue markers marked the fields of key losses. The visitor centre had well presented features and ...
... to Maureen's (not home) and back to hotel! Caught up with Maureen in hotel and Emma went home. Evening meal with Sally and Rob - large gathering - Richard and Allie, Sian, Sarah, self Rob and Sally. Hilarious evening with good food and wine. Back hotel by ...
This was the end result of a few test runs of packing and unpacking. My main bag, the lowe alpine one, was kindly lent from my cousin Dougie. Once fully packed the bag totalled a weight of 14kg this was inclusive of some standard toiletries and a kindle which should help keep me entertained on any slow moments.
... it only took another couple of hours to reach Glasgow, where we then caught a quick train ride to the suburb of Clarkston, our final destination.
We were greeted with a wonderful home cooked dinner (brilliant!) and chatted for a few hours with Robert and Lawrence before settling in for the night. It was great catching up and nice to see some family!
Sadly, today would also be the day we would learn of the passing of a very special lady - ...
... District. It's lovely having them here, lots of fun. Yesterday we stayed in a brilliant bed and breakfast in Castle Douglas, and the house turned out to be the one that Paul's old boss used to live in. We had a good pub meal and a walk around Castle Douglas, returning to our rooms to enjoy the luxury of a really comfortable bed and another opportunity to watch the Olympics. Today we've enjoyed a leisurely drive along the coast to ...