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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Woke up this morning and went downstairs to a lovely breakfast! Full Scottish breakfast again with cereals, breads and yogurt. Finally we get a decent tasting cup of coffee! We eat, pack up and get on the road. Today our journey takes us from Inverness to Pitlochry. We first stop at the Culliden Battlefield. We are pulling into the parking lot and we immediately see 3 highland cows right by the road and I jump out of the car! We have been waiting this whole time to get close ...
... once, and I'm quiet when it comes to visits, but some of the others who have very kindly taken me before, have been rather dominant. My sister whom I'm now staying with is working in Perth today, so she will pick me up at the hospital around 5pm, when she gets off work.
I am currently trying to fry some cod fish for lunch, which my sister didn't want, but I am having proplems using the stove top in this kitchen. Oh well, I can ...
... I followed it for 3 or 4km, only crossing one road, through the most gloriously golden woodlands, on a lovely springy path that wound down close to the burn and then up gently over the hills. Why did we spend so much effort on that ridiculous Fife Coastal Path when this was almost literally on our doorstep the whole time?
I emerged at something called the Craigtoun Country Park, absolutely deserted apart from three cheery gardeners. It has a ...
... are (a) ropes and (b) seals. So when you're docked, he stands in the shallows and eyes the hawsers fiercely, because he might miss the deckhand casting off, and when you're underway, he eyes the water, running up and down the unfenced edge of the vessel, protecting you from seals. Busy life for a dog, he must go home exhausted every day. Don't you just love Border Collies? As they say, a Border Collie without an obsession is a hurricane without a storm.
... county of Fife. We loved every bit of this county. From its quaint small inland towns full of local farm shops, produce and u-pick fruit farms to its beautiful castles, its unspoilt coast and the well known St Andrews area with its beautiful and famous golf courses (of which we hunted at least one or two out for some photo op's in honour of Leann’s dad).
Also in Fife ...