The Anchorage Hotel
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... arrive at the William Wallace monument, ensure you are wearing comfortable shoes as it is one heck of a hike! It's a rough terrain, few railings and unpaved pathways. Have a bottle of water handy and take frequent stops. It may not be too bad for the young visitors, but for the older, just take your time getting up there. Once there, it is worth the view and entering inside.
The views of the Scottish countryside were beautiful. There were ...
Eventually arrived in Stewarton at a pub. Got invited in to have a drink, then we are parking out the back to stay the night, then we are eating dinner, then we are staying the night in the hotel. How nice and what lovely people. We could not have fallen on a better place to stay.
Another day we spent in Glasgow, a city with many red brick buildings, a university, a wonderful museum and art gallery and many more sights worth seeing. The galleries in these cities are so amazing - we love what we have at home but here there are such marvellous ...
... for a little while. A bottle of whiskey, brandy & rum think that should do us fine for now.
Got in to Glasgow around 10 thirty ish to pick up our fast tickets to Newcastle from Central station then walk up to Queen street to get our train. All went rather smoothly other than the old man complaining about lack of street signs (that were everywhere) the long walks (which were labelled on the signs in distance). We grabbed a couple of cheeky bevvies ...
... this bandwagon at some stage, feel free!
Long story short, we booked are flights in October and we've been saving and researching ever since. With a few great occasions along the way. Yes, a formal congratulations to the 3 new married couples of the weddings we crashed this year! Thanks for the dinner Mr and Mrs Nelson.