BEST WESTERN Cartland Bridge Hotel
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... it was trying very hard to fine up and we actually had splashes of sunshine along the course of the cruise.
A somewhat comedic commentary about some of the landmarks was matched by the Captain of the vessel's more matter of fact descriptions. A castle here, a stately residence there, one now converted to a Hotel with a grandiose boathouse that is now a honeymoon suite!
The cruiser moored at the northern ...
As I put in yesterdays blog, the boys were pretty hungover so I spent the morning by myself out in the city. At one of the bars the previous night we were offered free shots at
the door and as we were last in to the bar guess who drank all the
leftover shots....... I wasnt hungover due to my miracle panadols and electrolites.
In the afternoon I dragged ...
... and spent Thursday on a bus tour of the city, orienting ourselves to Edinburgh's old and new towns. The city had a very unique personality; very dark, heavy stone buildings back dropped by lush, green landscapes throughout the city. All of the street names and different areas of town sound like places out of an old storybook. It down-poured constantly while we were there making Seattle's awful weather seem desirable, but made me feel a little at home too. ...
Woke up in our room of fun bright and early, I had had good dreams about myths and legends and as soon as I woke I remembered the antics from last night and started to laugh. I can't remember the last time I had actually woke up laughing! We get ourselves organised and head down to the bus, Nic had removed all of the labels by the time we got there but the ones right at the top were still there as she couldn't reach them! Very funny. Everyone is ...
... that we headed back into town and went to Palace of Holyroodhouse. This is Queens palace in Scotland where she must reside for 6 days a year to be classed as Queen of Scotland. Place has a lot of history but is a bit dark and dreary. Not quite what we were expecting but maybe lavish bits are hidden. After that we walked down Royal Mile looking at the shops had tea and headed back to motel.
Tomorrow we head for Aberdeen via St ...