The Esplanade Hotel
Travel Blogs from Rothesay
... get this over with.
Anyways, during the week I decided to make stuffed peppers (my favorite dinner dish... or at least one of them) and I can proudly say that they did not come out horrible. They actually came out pretty good! After consulting with my mom and doing some Internet research, I cooked up the meat in the frying pan, seasoned it and then stuffed the peppers, added tomato sauce and some Parmesan cheese and into the oven they went. I didn't have any rice or ...
... here in cabin B117 the bed seemed to move independently from the rest of the cabin. Imagine a table with one leg slightly shorter than the others, where you have to put a piece of folded-up cardboard under the table leg to level it off, and you’ll get the idea of how the bed moved. It was constant, but rocked side to side ...
Tuesday 31 July 2012 – Rothesay
Today we had a lovely breakfast and then headed off to Mount Stuart. The house is a Victorian gothic mansion. It was built by the 3rd Marquess of Bute and contains the finest privately held collection of family portraits in Scotland. It is set in 300 acres of landscape ...
... men we have seen wearing kilts which it appears they wear for special occasions.
Tomorrow we will continue to the end of Loch Lomond, past Rob Roy's cave. These are his haunts, as well as that of Sir Walter Scott (lady of the Lake.)
Joking = "wynden y'up"
Having fun = "crackin"
Windy = "a wee bit airy"
Love to each of you,
Barb and Dick
... the convenience store picnic tables and had an ice cream.
From Balmaha it’s another 7 miles or so to Rowardennan and these miles follow the shore of Loch Lomond, which is sometimes in sight, but frequently hidden from view. (My private joke was that I could see the lake a lot better if someone would cut down all these damn trees!) And so I add lake-margin scrub forest and shrub to the day’s variety of terrain, with ...