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TravelPod Member ReviewsArgyll Hotel Inveraray
For 109.00 pounds, we enjoyed a decent nights sleep, breakfast and my favourite...free WiFi! Staff were friendly, helpful and accommodating, a great show all round!
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Note: Each night where I haven't finished typing before going to sleep, I leave myself notes to help with typing up the rest when I get back to it. This time, the notes were so few and so blunt that looking at them you'd be able to tell at this stage that I was just about over it, as I was so sick and so tired! I still having a good time and appreciating it, but it's pretty evident I wasn't exactly the ...
Today we had decided to book ourselves onto a bus tour into the Scottish Highlands, to explore a different side to this awesome country. Prior to this however, I tried haggis for breakfast, which I thought just tasted like minced meat. We had thought that the tour would be predominately old people, and that we would bring the average age on the bus down substantially. And yet, when we arrived, we realised how wrong we had been, with a bus full of young people, all asian tours it's bar ...
... gulls wheel and mew and survey their territory, white wings soaring joyously, defying both gravity and the passing of the seasons.
I go up to the cemetery with some blazing fuchsia cut from the garden and spend a little time there peacefully, the happy ghosts of past outings populating the scenery around me. Driving slowly home, I know that I am in the right place and even though things will never be the same again,
life can still be good.
... sets of plates with different pattern all with significant history, down stairs is the kitchen, which is, as you can imagine enormous with two complete sets of cooking equipment. there was even a drum room to display the scottish marching kettle drums all with different things painted on them, very impressive. Outside the gardens are as you can imagine spectacular there is very old trees hedges and roses, very old pine ...
... from home doing the weaving. It is said that the men could not tolerate the discipline of the regular and long hours at the mill which was so different from their previous rural life style. By mid 1800s the weaving did not earn enough and people moved away. Although the Fishers were mainly merchants, I suppose they were also dependent on what the wage earners could pay them. Anyway Daniel Snr went to Glasgow briefly, was married there, worked as a joiner, and his first ...