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... with all the lakes and mountains. Just one lake (loch) after the other and dramatic hills in the back ground. The day we travel up, it is slightly misty, and this creates a mystic view of the hills. A lot of motorhomes are parked on the side of the lakes, probably for the night. We finally see the bridge that connects us to the Isle of Skye and we go over having no idea what to expect on the other side. One of the things we did expect was heavy rain, as ...
Kath and I decided to travel round Europe :) her for six months and me for three. We did London I missed it and glad I'm back. Then decided to drive round Scotland cause last time I saw Edinburgh and nothing else. So saw Loch Ness but no Nessie, there was possibly a disappointed traveller. The castle next to Loch Ness, a chocotier, stayed in some amazing places, with added views. Some crazy pub nights and singing old school in the car. One week adventure it's going to be ...
Well I have had a solid week at work....trying to win one new customer and appease an existing one.
Sandy had a bit more time of family history research and then had a companion arrive. Ken and his wife Lisa arrived Monday. Like me Ken had a solid week at work and that allowed the ladies to do their own thing.
They had lots of fun and managed to get to
- Fortnum and Masons
- The Churchill War ...
... that we even knew that the Tattoo was on was an accident, someone suggested it to me and then there happened to be one night free in the 30 nights it was on when I went to book, and it was the night we would be there! It was serendipity, and I could remember watching the Tattoo with my grandpa as a kid and I could not wait! As we approached the castle it seemed like there were millions of people walking down the hill, I had never seen so many people in all my life! They were ...
... the Honeymoon suite. Seeing the bedrooms was pretty cool. They weren’t overly fancy as you might expect and some personal items were still there.
There was also the common room of senior officers, their dining room, the formal dining room used for official royal dinners, both the Queen and Duke’s sitting rooms/ offices and the main family room. On some of the lower decks were the petty officers bar, living and sleeping quarters, the sick bay, ...