Altamount House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... her, so I was happy to see that she could write. We showed her some pictures and Heidi's book,which she was happy to learn of and see. I left a copy with her, and she said she would like to read it, so if she is able to, despite some vision still lacking on the right side of one eye, that would be encouraging for both her and us. It's a balance between her pushing herself too little or too much, but she is a determined person, and when she wants ...
... some of the best food on the planet, making new friends in the most
random of ways, and deciding whether after too much free whisky, was it time to
splash out $1 on a large beer.
But I am not here to dwell. The past week has allowed me
time to realise and fully appreciate some of amazing things about travelling.
Usually I focus on writing about where I've been and what I've done, but
chances are I'm going to be repeating a lot of these stories over ...
... rather than one of theirs - quite , quite dead! Discovered that Mum has wifi so fixed all that up. It is great as it means tha I will be able to use my iPad for emails and will not need to rely on the computer. We had lunch at Monturpie with Mum and Tom and Elaine. It was great as always. Had a window seat so looked out over the Firth of forth. Quite a sight. Travel caught up with me ...
... deck! It doesn't get better than that: Victoria sponge,scones, cakes and tea. Then we were treated to a tot of rum and and a little cake decorated with the Union Jack made out of icing!!!! In the sailors bar. By this time we were over Royalty and started the trip to Blairgowrie via Falkirk where we stopped to see and experience one of Scotland's most unique attractions the Falkirk Wheel. The Falkirk wheel acts as a gate way to Scotland's ...
... and so was quite easy to lift up from this side.
With the bike now upright, I now had another problem and that was to try and turn the bike around to head back down the pass. Lucky this was not as big a problem as first thought and after leveling out some of the hardened snow I finally managed to swing the front wheel around and point it in the opposite direction.
Onwards back down the pass I head. The snow is about 2ft deep but as its so cold its ...