Newstead Bed & Breakfast
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After all the historic sites yesterday in Edinburgh , today Ann & Sharyn was out to do some serious retail therapy, although I did manage to save some of the credit card and bought a electronic bagpipe chanter. We all had a great day but it was good to get back to our little cottage in the highlands behind Stirling. The accommodation here is just fantastic it is quite remote but has all the features you can imagine together with the views over the ...
... to the one in Skyfall! Quiet dramatic views. In fact, it wasn't far from there. All we needed was an Aston Martin!
We drove to a particular restaurant in the Falls of Feugh for lunch but unfortunately it was closed, so we drove on to Banchory and had lunch there. It was such a beautiful drive through the A roads, no one minded the detours and long drives. Best part was the weather - summer's here!
Next stop ... ...
... in the Trossachs on the River Forth (to the west of where it becomes a Firth). It was such a beautiful little spot, the river was so cold that when I paddled in it, I got those delightful stabbing pains shooting up my calves. When I squealed and jumped out of the river, I must admit, my feet felt lovely and warm. It was a little addictive and I leapt in and out several times.
We walked to a nearby village through a mysteriously oversized and very beautiful arch to have a ...
... slab of natural marble I remember seeing the first time. I spent a little time in the gorge area, then I walked down further to where the trees are. I thought the tree I was looking for would be easy to recognize. I walked to where I thought it would be, and I couldn't find one that looked like it. So I walked up to the tree that I guessed it would be, even though it didn't seem like the right tree I had spent time with before. (I didn't realize there were many more trees further ...
... checking out the outside and the view of the Wallace Monument in the distance was pretty spectacular.
After many a photo it started to rain and so we donned our rain coats and made our way back down to the town. We did a bit of window shopping and learning about the town thanks to some nicely placed information stands. On our ...