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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... have had to wait 3 hours for the bus we'd booked to Perth as it was a Sunday service so that was great. We were home and watching the f1 on bbc I-player by 6pm. Tired though so off to bed now. End of blog till next holiday apart from adding a few more ...
... to a tiebreak again and we won the bottle of wine again! As we were all going to bed early and no one had room to take a bottle home we gave it to the entertainment team. The surprise and thanks on the face of the one we gave it to was well worth it. It wasn't about the wine anyway . It was about the ...
... prisoners, was the sight of Patrick Hamilton's death (university student who was burned at the stake after making atheist comments), and it was where invaders managed to capture and kill the Archbishop, who was deemed to be living too lavishly, taking advantage of his position and unfit for the role. We also saw where local masons tried to infiltrate by digging mines, along with the countermines (and false ...
... network and is the place where the Forth and Clyde canal meets the union canal. It's an awe inspiring structure which rise 35 m into the air and we got to go in a boat which sailed into it and were elevated 35m to then sail into the upper canal. It replaced 8 locks which used to take up to a day to navigate. Now because of the wheel it takes 15 mins. For those interested in amazing engineering structures, a search in google is a must! It ...
... but the morning had been incredible and we were so thrilled that we had chosen the route taken. It was obviously meant to be- a real treat. The Deputy Roadie was at the car park waiting for us and we enjoyed coffee with him before walking on towards Blair Atholl. This part of the day took us along the B8079. It was originally the old A9 quite straight and ordinary after the spectacle of the walk before coffee. The road followed the River Garry close to the main railway line and ...