Royston Guest House
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Edinburgh was an overnight stop-off for us before we head north into the Scottish Highlands. Breakfast on Wednesday morning offered the same food as the other hotels we had stayed in with one exception - Black Pudding. Chris added a piece of Black Pudding to her plate but Bruce decided that it wasn’t something he was going to eat.
After breakfast we walked the kilometre to the Hertz Office where we picked up the hire car we ...
... middle of the battle and the experience is not
something I’d like to ever experience! It was heartbreaking to stand in the
middle of all these men being slaughtered. The battle itself only lasted one
hour, but it was the final battle in a very long attempt to restore Charles to
the throne. I was very surprised to learn that at the time, both Charlie and
Cumberland were only 25 years old! After the center, we went out and walked
around the ...
As we were all still moving we decided to stay in Inverness rather than drive to Thurso. And so began our food safari. Yesterday we had our home made ham and cheese sandwiches on the bonny, bonny banks of Loch Lomond. This morning we started the day with a lovely breakfast at our B & B. Mikaela and Scott ordered haggis. Ashleigh and I had bacon and scrambled eggs as well as tatties - like a potato pancake. And the ...
... those who are interested, Nessie was apparently sighted by some visitors to the Loch in the 1930s and there has been over 100 apparent sightings since. One must remember however that Scotland is the home of whiskey and this may well account for the numerous sightings.
Whether it ever existed or is simply a myth, a giant industry has been formed around Nessie and many businesses depend on it for their success.
One big plus for the boat ride was that ...
... to a tragic death, she literally drags herself up the flaky green banister, one shaky hand over the other.
By the time she collapses onto the bench facing the train lines, I've ascertained that she has painkillers, no; she hasn’t taken them today and in fact; after a thorough bag search, she has forgotten to even take them with her. This is her first day out of the house in three weeks, she's headed to Aberdeen for a ...