Doris Crook Bed & Breakfast
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... and loch scenery was not as spectacular as it might have been. Nonetheless it was still very pretty all the way through and we had nice stop off at the Viaduct which is a 10 minute walk off the highway.
After Fort William you can take 3 routes to Edinburgh and we chose the one through Glencoe which is purported as one of the most scenic highland routes in Scotland. The weather was still pretty rubbish but we had moments when a bit of light would ...
... way down the royal mile we found lots of pubs and shops which had an array of products and foods. We arrived with some time to spare and bought our tickets which came with a complementary audio guide. We stated in the courtyard and made our way through roomed finished with very fancy furniture and many tapestries and portraits of various scenes and people. We then explored the adjacent church ruins and gardens which are just beautiful, everything from ponds to field and it ...
... up with the Europe free walking tour pub crawl. As it was a Sunday night and there was a football game on tonight, there were not many on the pub crawl, but that was ok. There were only 15 of us altogether. The bars were good, there was one bar that was very crowded due to a university event, but we all had fun. There were 5 bars, lots of drinks and we ended up at a karaoke bar. I had a last drink and headed back to the hostel to go to bed as i had an early start in the morning.
... 1x Spanish (also speaking Italian and French); 1x Brazilian (but sounds Scottish ;-) ); 1x Polish; 2x Chinese; 2x Kiwis (New Zealanders); 1x Italian with an Aussie accent (spent two years there)
Service team: 1x Aussie/English (ME!!!)
Management: 1x speaks Portuguese
(Haven't mentioned everyone as mostly the remainder are Scottish - and I'd be here all night)
How's that for a mix?
... were either at work, away on holiday or didn't know the luch was on. That's Ok because I really wanted to spend time with my Aunties. They are all getting on in years, Wendy is 86, Sheila 84 and Shirley 81, that said, they are still reasonably fit and healthy.
We shared some old family stories of the old days, especially about my mum, which brought back some great memories and drew ...