BEST WESTERN Moorings Hotel
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... town at the North of Scotland! To fly to Madrid we needed to go to my city the beautiful Edinburgh!
One cold wet Friday morning we made the drive down to Edinburgh and well there was only one thing to do go for one last glass of wine on Scottish ground. One was never gonna happen, A having only been out in a big city a handful of times and having never been out in Edinburgh the only choice was my old underage stomping ground, with vip ...
... ended up at Queensferry. South Queensferry sits on the shore in the shadow of the two Forth Bridges, on the southern shore of the gaping Firth of Forth. The two huge bridges that traverse the Forth to Fife dominate the town. The Forth Railway Bridge is one of the icons of Scotland. Built between 1883 and 1890 by Sir John Fowler and Benjamin Baker, this bridge is one of the most magnificent feats of engineering ever. It was ...
... of Scotland, a more traditional gallery with amazing centuries old portraits, landscapes etc, where we wandered around in awe of the size and beauty of the paintings. After that we continued to wander around the shops, heading towards Calton Hill until we discovered some steps leading up to the old Calton Cemetery. According to Chris, it is the most haunted cemetery in Edinburgh (where he got his facts from I have no idea!). We continued on ...
Every round the world site offers advice on what to include in your kit plus I've got the advantage of an in-house expert ! The most common phrases are " less is more" and " you pack it, you carry it" ! So, here is what I'm carrying: sleeping bag, sleeping bag liner, mosquito net, thermals, fleece, softie jacket, raincoat, 4 trousers, 3 skirts, 2 short dresses, 2 long dresses, 10 tops, hiking boots, ...
... Built 122 to 126AD. 80 Roman miles long and 20 feet high a fort every mile and soldiers garrisoned along it. This was where Rome drew their Border here. The Antonine wall was built further north between the Clyde and the forth in Glasgow and Edinburgh only 40 miles long but it did not last and Rome retreated to Hadrian's wall. Angel of the North: paying homage to the industrial ...