Western House Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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Very sad to leave the highlands behind as we made our way in the general direction of Glasgow. The drive from Mallaig yesterday would rival the Great Ocean Road in many parts. The road through Glen Coe down to Loch Lomond is something I will never forget.
Stopped at the village of Glen Coe on the way to the glen to take some more loch shots. …
... very clear thinking shops had staff out the front handing out flyers or in other ways promoting their shop during our mini-concert.
Anyway, the band played a second performance a bit further down the Buchanan St mall, similar result, lots of enthuisatic and happy people enjoying the performance. I fielded a lot of questions about Australia and Australians, I think we should get tourism Australia to give us some information packs next time we come. I probably ...
... was a lovely sunny day and we enjoyed a yummy lunch in the cafe before looking around the grounds and thru the castle. Saturday night we found a nice Italian restaurant and all thoroughly enjoyed our feast.
Sunday we met Marna and we all enjoyed a walk along the beach before she showed us the area where they grew up. We then went onto visit Leo and Dot, Richard's Uncle & Aunt. It was great to catch up as it had ...
... We went up to Balloch and had a look around. It was freezing cold and raining. Good Scottish weather, so it was not too exciting but it was good to be out in the country side. We drove back to catch up with Aunty Helen in Dumbarton and also Paul and his family. He has three kids (girl and two boys). It youngest was really cute.
After an couple hours we had to get going again to catch our flight home, it was only a brief visit but it was really good to catch up with everyone.
I hope that Travelpod and I have patched things up, and that this post stays put. (Posts and photos kept disappearing in France, and I began to lose confidence in the system.) I'll try to catch up on earlier places, with photos at least. But this post is more or less real time. Leaving the hills and vales of western Yorkshire behind, I set out a few hours ago from Greenfield train station, in England, to Glasgow Central Station in Scotland. The journey is about ...