Taychreggan Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... how they are coping by Sabbath. :) I have been sent photos of some of their culinary creations, and I don't doubt they are eating very well. :) Maybe I can retire from cooking when I get home. :) But they told me this was MY travel blog and not to be their "survival" blog, so I will leave them to make their own special memories. It will be nice to be back with them, but of course I'm making the most of my time here.
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ultimately delicious; that sealed boxes that take up half a bus and are taken
over borders are probably full of illegal products (the bribes at every police
checkpoint en route solidifies this belief). I don't know where the buses would
go for an hour. I don't know what ingredients went into street food or how they
were prepared. I ...
... National Party has developed a level of perceived credibility sufficient to run a country is beyond me. Now First Minister, Mr Alex Salmond, affectionately known as Pieface in these parts, has whipped the hairy ***** brigade of kilt wearing romantics and the self-styled “poor us” generation in pursuit of his decades old dream of Independence. If it was not so abjectly troubling it could form the plot of a black Scottish comedy. So here I sit, born ...
... about half an hour away from Mike and Steph's place, so we were there in no time. The course looks just as it does on the T.V and we got all the typical photos - The 18th green, famous hotel, winner's bridge etc. We also stood for a while and watched a few golfers tee off from the first, in front of everyone. It is obviously very expensive to play here and most of those who forked out for it were Americans, who also took the whole package ...
... streets in search of hobbit holes. I didn’t find any, but the walk was magical in its own way. Light green ferns set against a backdrop of dark green deciduous trees framing the sidewalks, baskets of brightly coloured flowers hanging in front of homes and businesses, and gushing streams flowing under quaint stone bridges greeted me. The backdrop of lush green hills and trees was visible through spectacular church spires and winding cobblestone streets. ...