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Caught the ferry from Androssan to Brodick for the night. Stayed in a B&B Allandale House and Ann was very friendly and accommodating. Went to Brodick castle and walked around the beautiful gardens. Had a good meal at Arran on a Plate. Just eaten the blue cheese and caramelised onion chutney and it was yummy!! Rained but we coped :-)
... So, the outlook is now unsullied!
The household is run by Anie, a flat-coated retriever sporting a lovely line in crimped and slightly streaked coat on her ears. She specialises in posing for noble portraits, has a penchant for broccoli stems, and seeks attention by appearing with an oven ...
We took an afternoon ride on the Waverley to the Isle of Bute. The Waverley was launched in Glasgow in October 1946 and commissioned in 1947. Hope it stays afloat today! We made it to Rothesay, which is the only town on Bute, there are villages as well on the island but only one town. They still have mens toilets from the victorian era! We had lunch and visited ...
... bands then marched through town, we followed in behind them, wow! What an amazing feeling We went up to the monument of Highland Mary where the views were astounding! While we were there a group of pipers began to play nada lady through some ashes over the side of the hill. It was Very emotional and unexpected. We waited for the fireworks display on the pier which was fabulous and then walked home after a great ...
A large castle perched on the Aryshire coast and surrounded by extensive woodlands and gardens. We did the full tourist tour thing and it was well worth it, particularly because one of the guides was the spitting ...
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Had an ale and a wine before hearing back for Brodick
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