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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... made of granite which has stood the test of time very well. We stood around talking for a while when I happened to notice the name on the headstone of the gravestone right next to my great grandparents. The name was so unusual 'Jane Aitken Mudie Forbes', I knew I had seen her name when researching my family tree. Uncle Innes said he did not know who she was & did not recognise the name. I was convinced that I had seen the name & that ...
... off quickly. If a big haul came in they would sometimes work from 6am till midnight! They always smelt of fish and could never completely remove the smell from their hair and skin. Ewwwww what a job. But apparently they were mostly a happy hard working bunch and travelled from port to port following the seasons.
SO much to see and read about in there, too much and we were tired, so quickly went through the last half and appreciated a pot of tea in ...
... 2 of her great uncles are listed. Had a beautiful dinner at the Links Hotel. Julie had salmon with a seafood sauce & Shirl had chicken with a curry sauce. Chocolate macaroons with raspberry for dessert. Washed down with Footsteps French Merlot. Yum yum!. Turns out Links Hotel Front of House Manager may be related to Shirl! As an aside, TV is on & an Australian prison show is on! ...
... path to the Den points to a gate and little path that once again dips into a very shady forested valley for about a kilometre before emerging at Craigtoun Country Park. Civilisation emerges to the sound of a lawn mower and children’s laughter. This park, which has recently reopened, focusses on family entertainment, so as I walked the perimeter I could see put-put golf, a jumping castle and a lake with boats as well as a rather elaborate jungle gym with at its ...
... to, and were very grateful they were in an adjacent field, separated from us by a sturdy stone wall, as some of the daddy cows really did look very big and very fierce... until we walked on another five metres to discover that they had pushed the sturdy stone wall right over, and we were actually in the same field as them!!
So in the end, we trekked all the way back to the "Main Road this way" sign, and trailed all ...