Meikleour Arms Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... my 'big budda' boobs, tummy and legs. Uggghhhh....I know my thoughts of not putting on too much weight have been dashed! Ah well; I'm determined to try and not be too ******* myself. After all, it's taken considerable time and effort eating and drinking a lot of good food (especially I believe wine and ice-cream) to get to this point! Megan reminds me I will feel ****** on diet pills but at this point in time I think ...
OMG there are so many! I've made a list, checked it twice, had a look to see which are nice - yep, there's plenty to do in New York - my list is now at 37 things to see and do. Some are free, others cost, but to be honest, i just want to be there soaking up the sounds of the streets, the colours of Central Park, and the skyscrapers. I've started my proper journal. I'm using a leather casebound book that I made. Will post a photo of the first two pages in my next ...
... golf club which, in the mid 90's announced that it would be turning it into a large hotel - but clearly nothing has been done as it is all boarded up with fierce notices warning one it is "dangerous." I would doubt it's dangerous, but clearly they don't want it vandalised; I didn't try to find a way in as there were a lot of CCTV cameras and I didn't want to have to explain myself to an officious golf club manager! What a pity, though, as it was very atmospheric ...
... escaped, luckily he was deaf and he THOUGHT only one got out; and she'd left it at that, but OF COURSE would tell him The Whole Truth when he got back. And also, she sincerely hoped I wasn't religious and upset my her "Oh My God," but she really did get SUCH a fright to see that chicken there just walking through the garden. And so on. And so forth.
Which all explains why I am blogging after dinner instead of at 4pm with my afternoon tea, as ...
... high number of retired
people who live there. Islands are often dream destinations for tourists, but
also for retired people who worked on land all their lives and now just want to
go somewhere else and enjoy their free time in less crowded places. In the
Outer Hebrides, or simply Hebrides, more than 26 000 people are spread on
119 smaller islands all connected by bridges. If you look at the age rate, you
will see that there is almost nobody in the 12 to 20 years ...