BEST WESTERN Balgeddie House Hotel
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... visited before. Thank you Peter. Leaving Edinburgh I picked up my hire car no problem at all and headed out of the city on the M8 this is the motorway from Edinburgh to Glasgow, I have no intention of going into Glasgow so I just bypassed and kept going on towards Inveraray. Once out of the city areas and off the motorway the scenery started to get more interesting. I'm looking at the surrounding countryside and thought that this looks a lot like where I ...
... br> Train travel certainly is a painless way to get around the UK. Dave and I found it quite enjoyable. And we liked traveling first class as well. The scenery, for the most part, was beautiful with rolling green hills, small villages and farms and then along the coastline with some stunning ocean vistas.
When we found out we crossed into Scotland via train, we welcomed each other with a kiss. Finally, we're here! Arriving ...
After 3 loads of washing and hoping that it would dry, as the sun was shining but still chilly, Maureen and I headed into Edinburgh. Finding me some gloves and a nice warm scarf plus my jacket we were ready for the elements. We took a good ole Hop On - Hop Off bus and got the speil about the various sights around the city. Saw the Edinburgh Castle from many angles. Quite a sight to see. They were taking down all the seating that was ...
... fudge made here -- and it was quite good.
I will let the photos tell the rest of the stories. There are quite a lot -- see if you can find Colm in the photos -- he was beside himself on this yacht -- pretending to be King (it's good to be King, said Colm).
We did have a nice high tea in the tea room aboard the ship. I had a nice breakfast tea with a Scone and clotted cream (if you have never ...
... has such a touching story about it's name. There was a local police man who had died and his pet dog snuck into the grave yard every night for 14 years to visit his owner. They later named the dog "Greyfriar's Bobby" and buried him in the grave yard by his owner when he died. They have a statue outside of the pub and it's said if you rub the dog's nose it will bring you good luck. ...