St. Andrews Hotel
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... The pork belly was served in a little cast iron baking tray with baby potatoes that had been cooked in the pan juices. Yummy!
Zac had a risotto with chicken and mushrooms, he loved every mouthful. I tried a little of it, it was fantastic. Really good flavours and the risotto cooked perfectly.
Replete with a fantastic meal, we then staggered to the Glasgow Concert Hall for the police band concert. The show is part of the Piping Live festival and a ...
... whole ride was just amazing. Saffron-coloured sunlight, twinkling waters and rolling verdant greens. Mum would have loved it.
I finally arrived at Ayr station and Aunty Polly was there to greet me. It was lovely to see her, after such a long time. We spent the evening watching the commonwealth opening ceremony, happening not too far away in Glasgow and drinking Iron bru, because, obviously. The ceremony had a bit of a hiccup when the organiser couldn't open the baton ...
... s Palace.I went for a pint after my day at the museums.At a very special place.
Jinty McGuinty’s.The place that Glasgow’s beloved George Donaldson used to
play before he passed away.It was hard to be in there to begin with, as they had a
photo of him with the 1968-2014 written at the bottom.It hit home.Up until that point, I was fortunate that I was able ...
... own style and unique vibe.
NB: there are at least to railway stations here. I almost missed my train, fruitlessly waiting for it on the Queen Str. Station, whereas South-bound trains departure from the Central Station. Luckily, it's in a 5-10 minutes walk distance so I managed to board the ultrafast Pendolino of Virgin trains in time ...
... by down below on the mall.
We continued exploring this thriving mall and bought a few souvenirs as well as undertaking some people watching. Seemed to have been eating all day but we decided to have an early small dinner before caching the bus back to Ayr as this way we wouldn't have to venture out again. Found a nice Italian restaurant which was a change from pub fare.
Bus was very busy on the back so we stayed downstairs and just ...