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Kenny & Helen in the Isle of Bute. Part 3

Today the weather was sunny with a cool breeze (+Scottish Showers) so a stroll down the promenade and some shopping in Rothesay town was agreed.

The shops on the front are a mixture of charity shops (oor favourites), restaurants, pubs and souvenir shops. The streets behind have butchers, bakers, fruit n veg, pharmaceutical and banks etc. There are 2 C.O.O.P’s one small at the square and a larger one further back but they are all within walking distance from the main Rothesay area.

The promenade gardens are really well kept & has plenty of seating areas. It has a large putting green and a beautiful fountain.

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There is also The Isle of Bute Discovery Centre (previously the Winter Gardens), which unfortunately had  just closed for renovation when we arrived.

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The promenade also has very ornate lamposts.

There is also a War MemorialWar Memorial Rothesay and a monument to Alexander Bannatyne Stewart.

Alexander Ballantyne Stewart Rothesay

Just a 100 metres up from the garden’s there is the Rothesay Castle.20180924_153800

Here are some street pictures of Rothesay town. Rothesay ViewHelmis Bakery Rothesay

Rothe say Street

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By Kenny Armet.

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