West End Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... their graveyard and realizing that these are all people who have lived and died with their entire life committed to God, and again I am in awe. The monastery here is the only medieval monastery still in use for its original purpose. The building is huge, but very old, and has been rebuilt many times. We got a bit of a tour yesterday and it was quite unique. There were stairwells hidden in the walls, and any extra bits. I would love to be able to explore the whole place! ...
... to a tragic death, she literally drags herself up the flaky green banister, one shaky hand over the other.
By the time she collapses onto the bench facing the train lines, I've ascertained that she has painkillers, no; she hasn’t taken them today and in fact; after a thorough bag search, she has forgotten to even take them with her. This is her first day out of the house in three weeks, she's headed to Aberdeen for a ...
... his way through the concourse. It was a bit scary, especially the more we talked about it. We made it to terminal E and had a very rushed light dinner (salad) at Pappadeaux as the airport in Houston and when we heard our names being called over the intercom we had just gotten our meals a few minutes prior. The upside of that was that we didn’t wait on the plane too long before the door was closed and we were ...
... carefully evading the incessant stream of facebook messages clogging my inbox.
Following a, by now, familiar life pattern of avoiding my better judgement, I introduced Liam to Scaletto and that was it, zeal just shy of a Misery Annie Wilkes, Ricardo pounced: it was something reminiscent of a ravenous lion upon a disabled, baby gazelle and I was never left alone again. The ensuing weeks were spent in ...
... another Pictish stone on display just off the road. Shandwick has an attractive beach. I had a late lunch at the beach by the harbour before finding the B&B at Ballintore. Later in the afternoon I discovered several sculptures in Ballintore, part of the Seaboard sculpture trail. The most interesting is the Mermaid of the North. She is a more feisty specimen than her retiring cousin in Copenhagen.
In the third of the Seaboard villages, Hilton ...