Rowan Guest House
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... a good snack, crackers with white cheddar cheese. For supper we had chicken with mushroom sauce, polenta, veggies, and a roll. We even got dessert, vanilla bean gelato. It was all really good for airline food. After supper they turned off the lights and we all tried to sleep. Larry and I got some sleep but Erin didn't sleep much. Erin got me a new neck pillow made of memory foam and that helped a lot.
... to finally own one. We were fortunate to snag some spots on the 7 PM tour of Mary King's Close. The term "close" refers to these old narrow alleyways that people lived on in the 17th century in Edinburgh, and this particular one is underground, as it was paved over and used as a foundation to support a new layer of buildings that was on the same level as the Royal Mile. All closes are named after important people or things, and Mary King's Close is the only one named after ...
... to expect was Montenegro and Macedonia and on a lesser basis Greece.
Greece of course was magical and I would go back there anytime and the same is to be said for Montenegro but as for Macedonia they can keep that rubbish tip to themselves.
At the border of Macedonia I was charged 55 Euro to enter the country!!! What the hell does anyone want to pay that money for simply to see a rubbish tip?? Every cliff edge and ...
... Tattoo is a non-profit organization and give over 5 million pounds a year to charities. OK enough of the dry stuff. This year we have military performers from New Zealand to Canada (Yeah! Port Dover to be exact!) with many performers coming from Scotland and England. There is a commentator who tells you who is performing and what they are performing. There are dancers from Te Matantini Maori (New Zealand) right along side the New Zealand Highland Dancers. The story is basically ...
... tour and we got the name of one not far from Stirling in Doune, was meant to be because we found this little place and pulled up right on 12 as the tour was starting. It was called Deanston and it was very interesting, the distillery is completely self sufficient energy wise and they still make their whisky using minimal technology the old fashioned way. We got to see the water turbines where they make their energy using water from the river outside, the mill and the stills ...
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