Glenskirlie House and Castle

Kilsyth Road, Banknock, Falkirk District, Scotland, FK4 1UF, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on Kilsyth Road, Banknock, is near Xtreme Karting.
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    A travel blog entry by fionadunstan on Aug 28, 2013

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    Wed-morning and-the most travelled meringue in the world. Is yet to be eaten. We both died overnight and wake stiff from the exploits of previous day. the skyline is misty in true Scottish fashion and. The morning is fresh. our technological advancements have allowed us t shower. My hair is now auburn after the new purchase of brilliant brown shampoo ( could see without the specs) to replace the contraband at Gatwick. Still no fibre in our breakfast but ...

    Last days in Edinburgh June 9 & June 10

    A travel blog entry by nancya on Jun 10, 2013

    ... pie for lunch couldn't resist a cupcake and micro beer -aged in oak casks that previously held scotch whiskey . Warmed the pies and enjoyed a delicious if traditional lunch. After a rest we headed off to the Scottish National Museum. First exhibit a whole case full of netsukes -wow exquisite small objects. Some outstanding pottery , mostly Chinese, Japanese and Korean but 3 pieces from Bernard Leach ...

    Pretty well normal!

    A travel blog entry by nancya on Jun 07, 2013

    Today we visited Edinburgh Castle and started to go through the National Museum of Scotland. The weather is cold, even Dad says it is cold. We were with the first group to go through the castle saw far too much military history for me. The oldest building left (the original castle was wooden so as you can imagine nothing is left) )isSt Margaret's chapel ---tiny. 9th century- a wedding ...


    A travel blog entry by hayley.sturgeon on Dec 30, 2012

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    Our first day in Edinburgh and it was freezing cold, I think I was the coldest I've ever been in my life. Sunny one minute, snowing, hailing, raining and windy the next. We started the day by jumping on a sight seeing bus to get our bearings and discover the old and new towns of Edinburgh. We stopped at Edinburgh castle and had a wonder around d, learning g some of the ...

    The Pavlova’s of Pitlochrie

    A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on Mar 26, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    It's been a while since our last blog, and so much has been happening. Firstly our trip to
    London was excellent and we nearly accomplished everything we set out to do. But let me tell you about our trip to Scotland. Every new year Scotland celebrates Christmas and New Year in one. It’s called Hogmanay and they love this huge celebration. Anything for a party, and they certainly know how to do it. Anyway, while at the Hogmanay dinner, one ...