Best Western Queens Hotel
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... swag for Ryan we headed through town to see the ancient cathedral, the castle and walk along the pier (where I apparently became obsessed with trying to take a picture of a crane, there are at least 5 photos supporting this theory). We saw a coffee shop that had a sign that stated "where Kate meet Wills for coffee" and had the brain wave that it was at school in St. Andrew's where Prince William and ...
... explore them further if I ever get to come back to England. On to Scotland! The trip from Lakeside to Edinburgh was long and uneventful. Mostly up the M6 Motorway. The last 40 miles were through via a tourist route through some small hamlets and villages as well as through some rolling hills. The **** didn't like going up the hills but it did well down hill and on the corners. It is happy sitting on 60-65 MPH which is a problem on the Motorways and "A" roads where the ...
... of the relative hustle and bustle. Soon we were out of Inverness and on our way to Aviemore with the lovely views of the Cairngorns as a backdrop. We had a nice stop there where we bought a few curios at the local tourism office before enjoying a nice brunch at a pleasant local restaurant.
The Cairngorns are popular for skiing and other outdoor activities and we notice a lot of shops specialising in sportswear and related goods. We ...
We got up at about 8.40am and had some toast for breakfast. After saying goobye to Marion, we left and headed Northwards. We crossed the Firth of Forth on the Forth Road Bridge and arrived at Mary Clark's in Perth at about 10.30am. We had morning tea - coffee and pancakes and tunnocks (chocolate and marshmallow biscuits). We stayed for about an hour and then kept driving.
We drove North past Blairgowrie and stopped in braemar to have a look in a ...
We enjoyed a great evening in the peace and tranquility of the village of West Linton - a quiet outpost of Edinburgh. The highlight of our evening was staying with some friends, Mandy and Mick, who provided us with super hospitality, excellent company and a generous donation for Support Dogs. So this morning we had a very leisurely and sociable breakfast, with no tent to pack up or van to fettle, so it made a superb start to our day. We were faced ...