Airth Castle & Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... half pints, Shaun calls them anita size pints. Day 1: On our first free day in edinburgh we went to the edinburgh castle which had amazing views of the city. We also went to the graveyard of grayfair bobby which was a famous dog in the city, the owner had died and the dog went to the owners grave every day all day until it died several years later so now it is buried at the same cemetery as it's owner. Edinburgh is the second best shopping city ...
... ramparts and the castle itself is covered in a red glow. The statues of Robert the Bruce and of William Wallace are bathed in light. We hear the sound of pipes and drums and suddenly we see them marching through the main arch of the castle and onto the esplanade. The applause is thunderous.
This years theme for the Tattoo is Scotland' s natural beauty and the seasons of life and death. There are over a 1000 performers in this years show, with guest precision ...
... it wasn't cold, so we couldn't complain. We visited one of the halls exhibiting some incredible suits of armour from the days of yore, and a beautiful memorial to fallen soldiers from different regiments in different campaigns throughout history. It was a moving and emotional experience.
We popped into the Whisky shop in the grounds of the castle, but couldn't leave quick enough due to the throng of people squeezed into the tiny space. Instead we decided to visit the ...
... were only sheep around to remind us that somewhere people do live here. Oh I just remembered that I forgot to mention the little town we stopped in for coffee! The fishing village of Portree sat quietly along the sea and we had luck on our side because when we arrived the sun was shining and it was a beautiful day! We went into a shop, Mackenzie's Bakery and for 3 pounds we bought two home made sandwiches, a sausage role and a chelsea bun! Such a deal and everything was baked ...
... in mentioning the bar next door was Frankenstein's Monster themed. Rufio's face lit, "You think they have the monster?". I was sure they did, and I was sure we were all going to see for ourselves later. Rufio placed Frankenstein Pub in the number one slot for the night's festivities. We left Bobby's Bar for the flat to regroup and ready for the evening.
To make the child in Rufio happy, we returned to Frankenstein for a drink. The bar was empty except one ...