Western House Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... a snack at a Pret a Manger and caught the shuttle back to the hotel / airport. We watched some more athletes, including Australians,arriving at the airport, to be welcomed by bagpipes and dancing girls. Chelsea left on an Emirates at 9:30pm. Gail and I found an external viewing spot outside the airport fence and filmed the plane taking off before retiring to the ...
... door on the dog, severing its tail. The dog run away and has never been seen in the flesh.These days the dog is often seen at the closing time, sniffing around, looking for its lost tail or lost master
The Tower of London:
Probably the most ghost-populated location in the whole city, which isn’t that surprising, given ...
... had breakfast at the hotel and so ends our Great Scotland Adventure. It was back to merry ol' England. We stopped off in Leeds to see Hannah and Ryan and took them out to lunch. Then, you guessed it - back in the car and straight to Derby where we were greeted by our daughter Kate upon our arrival. Oh yes, and the two cats. All back to normal. Vacation over! What a great time. Thanks so much Gail. You planned a super holiday for us. Love ...
... the tent I slept on the floor of Andy’s lounge.
The next morning we drove back to Glasgow to collect Albert and bring it back to Carnbo ready for a road trip. It was pouring down with rain when we were ready to leave and the windscreen wiper decided to stop so that had to be repaired. We got onto the motorway and was driving along when it was noticed that the water pump was not turning so we had to turn off ...
Donna Blue, who lives on the other side of the Loch from the Callanish Stones, drove us back to Millhouse, where Peggy was anxiously waiting to learn if we had seen anyone we knew in our travels. I planned to walk to Reena’s as she was helping me book my tickets to England. Again I experienced that warm “part of the community’ feeling. As I approached a man out in front of the new house that I had watched go up over the past couple of weeks, I ...