Kincaid House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... sat at long tables, beautifully set, barley and vege soup, roast lamb with verges - interesting to see how the Americans ate, they sort of poked at it with a fork, like eating pasta!!, a dessert of cream, oats, liqueur and raspberries followed.
After dinner we went to another building for a wee dram and coffee, Ferguson let his beautiful dogs out to meet us.
Back to the Raddison, a ...
... as much knowledge about mechanics as we do about opthalmic surgery we, in our infinite wisdom, just said, 'let's push onto Glasgow, it will be fine'. Well it was, we got back in one piece however once we got back we realised that the breaks weren't really working anymore and the leak in fact wasn't oily water coming from somewhere under the bonnet but was brake fluid leaking from just above the drivers side wheel. Moto of the story? All's well that ends well.
... commotion and bustle that it almost seems like another world. Dad, still on the job, was really impressed by all the ironwork (and, actually, all the cranes that he could spot all over the city).
Since we are new to the Scottish rail system, we had some trouble finding our train. We thought we finally had it figured out. We boarded the train, but apparently we were in someone's seats. Atop the seats ...
... way. We had yet to really even see the Highlands of this country yet!
Glasgow... on accident
So we drove across town again, and exited Stirling to the west. Although there were plenty of other castles nearby, such as Doune Castle to the north, Billy knew we did not have much time left in the day if we were to travel all the way up to Loch Ness... and he was determined to get there by starting down at Loch Lohmond. So we headed west ...
... a wait before I could check-in for my flight - but that just meant I could have a nice long lunch with my Mum and Dad before I headed off. So when the time came, I got myself checked in, and at that point had to say the hardest goodbye yet - to my Mum and Dad - before I set off to the departures area. Watching them disappear behind the wall as I set off down the long corridor to the security area was probably the part I had been dreading most, and the ...