Premier Inn Ayr/Prestwick Airport
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RH: As many of you know, we are super big into our kit. A hobby that picked up from our time at Blacks/Millets will probably never leave us.... oh well.
One of the most exciting things from very early on in planning our trip was what kit we were going to take and how it was all going to work. We went through our own processes of packing and they were very varied. I eventually settle on kit that ...
... got home and we all had a quick chat before heading to bed.
Tomorrow we are off to Whitburn, where the Pattisons (Uncle Alec's family) live. We are staying there for the night and looking forward to a catch up and notoriously big night with them.
20 & 21 August
We had a very lazy morning before heading over to Whitburn in the car after lunch. Whitburn is nearly smack bang in between Glasgow and Edinburgh, so it took ...
... this was the same way that I felt about St. Mungo's Cathedral. It was absolutely gorgeous. I also have somewhat a thing for old cathedrals. Maybe it comes from being a Catholic, but I do enjoy visiting them. They often demonstrate the high quality architecture and art of the time, but also have a true feeling of peace, quiet, and a connection with something bigger. I'm waxing pious at the moment with this admittance, but I do enjoy seeing these ancient cathedrals. I am not quite sure ...
... you can chat to a local. So we are now well and truly informed as where to go and it is all written down. We are looking forward to the next couple of weeks.
15/08 Today started out nice and sunny. We decided to walk into Ayr again and have a good look around. Ayr is very well known for it is the birthplace of the famous bard Robert Burns. He was born in a cottage not very far from here in 1759. There is ...
... quarter to ten. I finished getting ready and Emma woke up at 10.30am. Matt gave Emma her morning tea and we went out at 11.00am.
We walked down the street for about fifteen minutes until we found the St Enoch Shopping Centre. We caught the lift up to the second level and went into Hamley’s, which is a large toy store with just about everything a kid could want. We headed over to the baby section and Matt chose a book for Emma. The book has nice ...