Manor Park Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... next 2 nights at a place called Eredine. The road to here is called a single lane road and when they mean single they mean single. We had to travel along this for about 25klms about every 100mtrs there is what they call “passing place” and this is the only way you can pass an
oncoming vehicle if you meet in the middle one of you has to back up. We eventually got to the place where we were staying but the only address we had was a post code and ...
What a GREAT sleep! Unfortunately, I was rudely awakened 8:10 when Gary jumped out of bed in a panic . . . the car was parked in an area that turned tow away (if not paid) at 8am!! Fortunately, the car was still there (and no ticket) when he moved it:-)
After a good breakfast at the hotel, we walked to the corner to ...
... poignant were the messages left to departed loved ones. Many of them for soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. We are spending two nights at this fabulous campsite even though the Highland drizzle is keeping everything a tad damp. No matter - tomorrow we're off to Glasgow for two nights, hoping to see Stirling Caste en route.
Well, we visited Stirling Castle and it was OK . . . you get our drift? Maybe we're all castled and cathedraled out. Just did not ...
Magnificent scenery as we pass Eilean Donan Castle and continue through Fort William to absorb the dramatic scenery of Glencoe, the 'valley of the weeping'. Stop on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond before arriving in Glascow. Hotel Marriott
Snow capped mountains, drizzly, wet, 6 degrees, a bit chilly!
Lunch at Fort William for an hour. Off to Loch Lomond cruise before departing to Glasgow.
... the middle of Glasgow in 15 mins. It was good to be out of the camper for a couple of days. The kids had there own room which was decorated with Halloween stuff and there were all sorts of treats for them in scary buckets, also two bottles of Irn Bru were waiting for them. Apparently it is Scotland's second favourite drink behind Whiskey. Thanks heaps to Aunty Ann Marie, Jack and all the girls for their hospitality and putting us up for the ...