The Learney Arms Hotel
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... the Virgin arrivals lounge for our second breakfast of the day and Mandy got a quick nail treatment, we then headed over to Terminal 2 where our last flight of the holiday was leaving from. The next couple of hours were spent having a look around, shopping and having our third breakfast of the day! Before long it was time to go home and the end to another great trip!
In the highlands of Scotland Our Christmas we spent North to our Bothy In a Red Sleigh we went Our beds were in cupboards With a glass ceiling pane To gaze at the stars And the sleet, snow and rain On the morning of Christmas There were presents galore Under our branch tree And our stockings had more We had Champagne at brunch Our pancakes to toast Then 8 hours to cook Our Christmas Pork ...
... to get to from Banchory so we called in on the way to get ready for the evening. We were suitably impressed by what we saw and they had tables available after 8 p.m. so we asked them to hold one for us.
A couple of hours and a couple of showers later we were back and were given a pleasant table near to the open fire that forms a major feature in the centre of the pub dining area (there is also a separate restaurant).
There were lots of things on the menu and ...
... is drying out at the edges and curling up. We both went for the 9-item option (plus free toast and marmalade) that we couldn't quite finish.
The M6 in this section is quite pretty and there's reasonable scenery for most of the run up to the populated bit of Scotland. It gets quite nice again from about Stirling where a good view of the excellent castle can be obtained at 70 mph.
From Perth we took the A93 which means ...
... it and sometimes it doesn't So it may tell you to take 4th exit but it is really the 5th.
Anyway scenery along the coast was really great. We checked out "Scotland’s Secret Bunker" which was one of the underground bunkers built for the cold war period where part of the government would go in event of Nuclear attack. This was only decommissioned in 99/2000.
Scenery around St Andrews was really ...