We weren’t catching the ferry to Skye till early afternoon so we had some time to kill. We headed towards Glenfinnan. On the way we stopped at a lay-by that had a sign post for the Prince’s Cairn. It wasn’t … Continue reading →
After visiting Doune Castle and Castle Drummond Gardens – check out my other blog Outlander adventures – I decided to visit The Pineapple just outside Airth. After a missed turn I found it. The bizarre structure was build in 1761 … Continue reading →
The gardens at Falkland Palace are amazing. I could not resist trying to take some close up photos.
After lunch we went for a walk round Falkland Palace. No photos from inside but plenty from outside.
It was Friday afternoon so Terry and I went out for a trip to Falkland. After lunch we had a wander around the palace – no photos from inside – and then the gardens. It was raining while wandering around … Continue reading →
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The next place I visited – this time with husband – was Culross. The palace gardens were used as Claire’s herb garden and then the town featured as the Cransmuir in the series. The study…
After much discussion on Monday we headed off to Glasgow. Our plan was to visit the Tenament House in Garnethill. When we arrived at the building we realised we were too early it didn’t open until 1pm – not great … Continue reading →
Friday was dry so we headed to Culzean Castle. After a look at the deer we had a look round the castle – excellent with great views. Then we wandered down to the beach and through some of the gardens. We were all a bit so didn’t see all of the gro… Continue reading →
Posted in Ayrshire, Scotland, UK
Tagged Culzean, NTS
We have NTS membership so we decided spend a couple of days over in Ayrshire to see Burns and Culzean. So on Thursday we headed west ward in the rain to visit Alloway. We arrived at lunchtime and after lunch we had a wander round the musuem. A gre… Continue reading →
Today was another day spent on the Royal Mile. We had downloaded a Treasure Trail and went about finding answers to clues to identify the killer in the murder mystery. On the way we stopped at The Writers Museum – a lovely little museum with work … Continue reading →