Sherbrooke Castle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... The Transport Museum is amazing, and is also free (or by donation), and was much more than I expected - if you're into trains, planes, boats, and automobiles, I suggest you make your way there and check it out, you won't be disappointed. Finally it was dinner time and we made our way back to Michael and Susan's for some delicious curry and naan - an amazing trip and it was wonderful to get to know some family members that took such good care of us over the last ...
... purely on a desire to get back into the warm confines of the car. A short drive down the road and there she was, Nessie in all her fibreglass glory just waiting for us to take her picture to confirm we had in deed located the famous Loch Ness monster. A short lunch was had and it was back on the road to return to Glasgow. The journey still had a number of hours to go but it was worth the effort to revel in the magnificent country side especially through the towering ...
... beautiful. We are early and explore the acres of amazing monuments uninterrupted. Quite special!
The medieval Glasgow Cathedral beside it is equally impressive.
I shop in busy Buchanan Street and Digby visits the Glasgow School of Art and Mackintosh House.
The sun sets and our wonderful journey is at an end! What an extraordinary time we have had! We have loved every moment.
"Home James! And don't spare the ...
... Princess Anne. The window is full of Christian teaching and the overall theme is that of growth. Each light pole adjacent to the Cathedral displays this intriguing 'Armorial Insignia'. The bird, tree, bell and fish all relate back to stories about the patron saint, St Mungo. All a bit much to explain here. We returned on the 2:48 train after 'coffee at Costa' and watched the misty cloud and rain close ...
... as a huge fortress with many arrow slits or cannon batteries. However, this one is different. It is basically a fortification built on a rock in several different places. It has a Governor's House (circa 1735) and with King George's battery out front of it. Then a trail leads you around to the other side of the rock where the Spanish and Bower batteries are (circa 1790). Up another set of stairs to the Guard House (circa 1500's). After this you go through a portcullis arch ...