Charing Cross House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... it. We went out to a light house at Point Stoer a great view. Came across a fair few white sandy beaches and at one place a sign that said car boot sale at Talmine Melness Village Hall wasn’t anything there worthwhile so had scones, cream, jam and tea. Went through Thurso a fairly large town for up in this area, and to our accommodation at East Mey. Went into Mey Castle and gardens this is where the Queen mother apparently spent a bit of her time. We were too ...
Our first day in the city was a little crazy. We stepped off the train onto the main street to find ourselves in the middle of a parade. We were standing next to a policeman so we asked him what it was all about. He said it was a Protestant Orange parade/walk. It was full of marching bands that had lots of drums and Scottish flutes.
With our time in Edinburgh at and end it was time to make our way to Glasgow for a couple of nights. We took the bus from Edinburgh to Glasgow arriving around lunch time and checking into our hostel for the next couple of nights. We grabbed a feed in town before heading out to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in the university district of Glasgow. After a few hours wandering around the halls we decided it was time for ...
... to what you expect, still snow on the top but with brown barren land..... Very few trees, they appear to have stripped all vegetation. Still beautiful landscape, especially when you add in the lochs, winding roads and super wooly sheep. Not to forget the deer..... Yes, we were lucky enough to spot wild deer. Later in the day we come to Loch Ness where legend tells us there was something happening in the water. Now I can't say with any surety but ...
... m biased, it seemed like the 3500 or so Irish out-voiced the nearly 60,000 Scots quite easily! It was certainly a wonderful thing to experience.
The game, unfortunately, was very disappointing. Very little happened aside from many rash challenges from the Irish boys and the occasional (and I mean occasional, at best) chance from either side. Despite this, the fans continued screaming out the songs and poems of the nation. I learned ...