Altamount House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to look at the salmon ladder. This is where the salmon swim upstream to bypass the dam. I thought they were going to be jumping everywhere but we didn't see a single one :( We then walk through town hoping to do some shopping but everything is closed already. Guess doing anything after 5 on a Sunday out here is impossible. We find a spot to grab dinner. Since everything is closed and there's no nightlife here, we decide to go back to the room and relax. Off to Edinburgh ...
... the Misty Harbor coat brand instead of London fog, ha ha). :)
This entry is going to be mostly pictures, as I have to get an early lunch and walk to the nearby village to catch the bus to Perth, where I hope to shop for a few hours before walking up to the edge of town to visit my Mum for a little while. We've all given her two days off from visits, so hopefully she will be ready for a short one by now, especially as I'm by ...
... in the Peloponnesian Wars. As the
United players celebrated the winning goal one fan jumped into that melee to
break it up and was last seen headed to the Paddy Wagon for a free night
courtesy of Her Majesty. So, United win the tie 1-0 and the fans won the battle
of the chants with the melodic refrain “You’ll
always be s***e, you’ll always be s***e, Dundee FC you’ll always be s***e”.
Brilliant in its’ delivery and clarity. ...
... that one might want to have around, whereas actually, in the past they were a valuable resource. We saw extensive dovecotes hollowed into the tufa in Cappadocia in Turkey, and when we asked, were told the same thing: double purpose, manure and food.
I was navigating by means of Google Maps in conjunction with my big paper map, and thrashed about a bit around the back of Hallow Hill before realising that the doocot was almost certainly somewhere ...
... in order to make it to the wharf on ours), one minute to load two men and their bikes, one man and his small car, and me, the foot passenger and Official Expedition Photographer. We then waited on the offchance of more custom until about 10:20 and finally chugged off.
The turntable is a remarkable thing. The ferry looks like any normal ferry, but instead of docking with the ramp facing the wharf, it comes alongside and is tied up like any other boat. The ...