Premier Inn Ayr A77/Racecourse
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... s 2.30pm and I am struggling to find more things to do that aren't closed. If all the places were open I would still be out at dark (which is like 4.30pm). Quite amusingly, they also have listed George Square as an attraction - it's just a town square - just not as famous or interesting as Trafalgar Square. Am currently booking my trains to Inverness tomorrow and have booked a Loch Ness Tour for Wednesday, which should be great. Maybe I will spot Nessy...who ...
... were time poor so we didn't walk down to the lighthouse but only out onto the headland. The photos tell the story better than words. Heading back via Southend we found seals basking in the sun just outside the township. We then headed back to Campbeltown for some momentos and coffee for the road then it was off up the eastern route to Inveraray. This was a hair raising drive with magnificent views, true hairpin bends ...
... and, for Anne Boleyn’s execution, an expert swordsman was imported from France to make sure her death was quick.
Jack the Ripper:
is the best-known name given to mysterious serial killer who was active in the largely impoverished areas in and around the Whitechapel district of London in 1888. Attacks ascribed to the ...
... nice to be able to relax after such a run, and in fact the entire weekend with Rachael and Paul was relaxing and exactly what I needed (including the home cooked meals by Rachael) after the hustle and bustle of Istanbul. The following day Rachael and I went to Edinburgh for the day. It is only a 50min train trip away. Edinburgh is a beautiful city (see photos and commentary). On Sunday we woke to another grey day - seemed pretty typical by now ...
... to the museum inflight near north berwick today. It was 33 degree F and 30mph winds. I got to see the first commercial flight Concorde for British airways. BOAA. It was breathtaking and beautiful. Absolutely the most beautiful aircraft ever made. It is such a da story that he doesn't fly anymore but I'm glad to see that its preserved. I'm on my way ...