The Kingarth Hotel

Kingarth T-Junction, Kilchattan Bay, Isle of Bute, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA20 9LU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kilchattan Bay

Glasgow Scotland

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see

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... Right next door is the necropolis which is one of the largest cemeteries in Glasgow and home to several monuments for the fallen soldiers of Scotland from various conflicts around the world. Our first night in town we decided to follow up on another one of Jim's recommendations and went to a little Italian restaurant that he had worked at previously and sure enough the manager immediately recognized his name and ...

Day Eighteen (18.77 miles....cum 336.86)

A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes

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Remarkably I can report another relatively easy day. Today's route ran alongside Loch Lomond's shore for all but the last four miles. As a result, with the exception of a couple of occasions where we had to move away from the shore, it was flat. We also passed through some lovely old woods, very reminiscent of Wales. I had hoped that we would see some interesting birds, especially Redstarts and Flycatchers. Sadly the woods were relatively quiet and I saw nothing of interest. ...

The adventure begins...

A travel blog entry by thorben79

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... slow approach to Heathrow with 20 minutes circling somewhere over Hertfordshire. But then a slow descent across the whole of London, gleaming in the sunshine. I love flying over cities I know well. You can see all the veins and arteries, the blotches and the bumps, feels like a body that you could reach out and touch. Something light and fresh, and very un-Thorben, to eat at Giraffe (which on the other hand is very Thorben): avocado, lettuce, roasted ...

The museum of hodge podginess

A travel blog entry by hobgoblins5

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... exhibits twice (once by myself, once with everyone else), a museum employee informed us the museum was closing in 10 minutes, so we left and walked towards the Hunterian Museum. Originally I had wanted to go to the Hunterian because of their Whistler exhibit, but the Kelvingrove had been so fascinating that I felt it was worth staying the whole afternoon. Knowing the museum would be closed, we walked over to the building anyway. It was also gorgeous, but in a completely ...

The Pipe Bands and Highland Dancing

A travel blog entry by ianandjen

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Saturday 11 August 2012 – Glasgow

We decided to catch a train into the city to watch the world championship pipe band competition. It was such a hot sunny day but the highland dancing was held in a large marque that was open on one side – so at least there was a breeze every now and then. We had just missed one of Charlotte's dances – it ...

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