Taychreggan Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... few pints and yummy pub grub. A nice rest day in what has been a fairly busy time lately!! The next morning we drove to Broughty Ferry with a stopover at Stirling on the way. While we were in Stirling we went to the site of the battle of Bannockburn where in 1314 Robert the Bruce defeated the English and forced them out of Scotland. We also saw Stirling castle and walked to the top of the Wallace Memorial. At the Wallace Memorial ...
... but we have decided not hold back (taking your advice Mr. Buffery!) who knows when we'll be back! We are also trying to post pictures when possible. I am just trying to figure out how to transfer from camera to iPad. Hope we aren't boring anyone who's reading. I am doing my best to make the entries interesting!
Got to call Mom too. Miss them so much!
... to Richards. I did some SRT training on the stairs for when I start caving in Melbourne which was good fun. The following day we went on another walk and Richard dropped me off at the train station in the evening so I could head to Southampton to catch my national express bus back to Heathrow. The flight back was even more long and boring and gave me swollen legs. I felt a lot better and back to normal the following day after a good nights sleep. It was like I'd never been ...
... until 1983. At that time, my maternal grandmother, living in England, undertook some detective work and located a half brother named Innes Dalgetty.
The physical similarity between the two brothers was strikingly undeniable and an incredibly close bond immediately formed. Even though there was half a world between them, visits to and from Innes and Maureen were the ...
Next port of call was a rented house near St. Andrews for a few days with friends from my university days there. We had a lovely relaxing time with great friends and a field full of cows as company. We also took the boys to see St. Andrews and played a little golf on the Himalayas, a unique and severely undulating putting green beside the famous Old Course. After our round we walked on the ...