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... red arrows! Amongst enjoying seeing shows you can enjoy sightseeing around the city on the city bus tours which are great, you can listen to the Scottish history along with seeing the beautiful sights in Edinburgh such as the castle, Arthurs Seat, Hollyrood Palace, The Royal Mile, the Scot Monument and so much more. Although I have lived in the city of Edinburgh for the past two years I took the opportunity to go on this open top bus ...
... of the Stone of Destiny (or Stone of Scone), upon which, traditionally, the Kings of Scotland were crowned. This castle was among the most important in the Kingdom of Scotland, and played a role in the Wars of Scottish Independence in the 14th century, til the Jacobite Rising in 1745. Up until 1603, when the Union of Crowns united England and Scotland, it served as a royal residence. By the 17th century, however, it became primarily used as a military ...
... alarm going off constantly telling me I havent done things I have forgotten to do...so as per..mega stress.
OK I said ...I've had it...leave phone and go have a coffee...decide to treat myself to a beautiful hippy watch band. Now I know all my credit cards are in my body travel wallet so I grab that and leave my flat. OMG thankyou Goddess of Retail Therapy...all my credit/money cards were still in ...
Places we visited along the way were Doune Castle (ruins); Tynedrum, Dalmally Village, Kilchurn Castle, Inveraray Castle – where they film the exterior for Downton Abbey. We also stopped at Loch Lomond – which is one of about 30 000 lakes in Scotland!!! My original plan was to head north and go to Loch Ness and Inverness – but this is a 12 hour tour with about 7 hours of actually sitting on the ...
Distance pedalled: 58.48 miles
Height ascended: 839m
Height descended: 983m
Flat it isn't, dry it wasn't, drowned we weren't, sad to be home? Of course we were.