Best Western Invercarse Hotel
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Beautiful views of Alnwick Castle as we left. Took the A1 to Scotland. Drove through Edinburgh but couldn't find a park (GPS takes you to the centre and we needed to do more research). So decided to drive on up to St. Andrews over the Forth Bridge. Once there, parked in the Main Street and found a little cafe for lunch. While walking through the town came across the Russell hotel at ...
... we did spark the interest of a few locals, especially one cheeky little Cumbrian who asked us 'what you doing?' We checked out a few more spots in Maryport before heading to Carlisle which would be our stop for the night. We had a lovely B & B in Carlisle, and are quickly realising we love to stay in B & B's! Our lovely host suggested a local pub just a few hundred metres down the road for dinner, which is where we went to ...
... and pick up some bits for Scott which was soon followed by a visit to Richards. Richard arranged for the caving lot to all go out for a curry, it was so good to see everyone, I'd missed them a lot! That night I stayed at Susie Badger and uncle Phillip's house which was good and in the morning I walked next door to visit Susan.
I spent the morning catching up with Susan before Ralph and Gav came over. After breakfast we headed out for a nice walk before ...
... of fun comparing stories of childhood memories and the amazing coincidences of the two branches of our family.
Although a little overwhelmed at first, Dean quickly settled in to comfortable conversation with his 2nd cousins.
For those unfamiliar with our family history, my father was given up for adoption at birth. He was completely unaware of any ...
Blair Athol to St Andrews
The first stop of today was Dalwhinnie Distillery! At 10am in the morning it's never too early to have some scotch! This was the best tour because we got to keep the Dalwhinnie glasses at the end of the tour, which if you had to buy cost 5 pound, and it had chocolate too. The tour guide then told us that there were highland games going on in the next town over so we headed to check it out. We were there too early but we got ...