The Beveridge Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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- Nice river side / gorge walk near Edzell in a forest
Headed into the town late morning. I spent the time mostly walking around now that the festival has started. The Royal Mile has been transformed. Parts of it have been totally pedestrianised, people everywhere, people performing in the streets and handing out brochures for shows. The vibe was quite something. I was meeting Aunty Molly a little later on and found myself sick of walking around with an hour to spare, so I decided to go have a look at the Scottish ...
... reminds us of driving through Stirling and Aldgate... Edinburgh has certainly turned on the weather for us, another max. of about 18C and I'm walking around in a lightweight 3/4 sleeve top and I'm warm (yes me the frog !!) Firstly we drove to Stirling Castle and spent 2 hours or so wandering around. We were both in truth probably a little disappointed with the castle. The external view of the castle ...
... stone the giant signs of 'No Photography and No Video' makes entering this tiny chapel a waste of time. You can take video of the outside but nothing inside, which is where all the true magic of this chapel lies. It's basically one room, still used as a church today, and then a crypt below. With not being able to take photos or video you can be in and out of this chapel having seen all you need to see in under five minutes. A good entry fee for this ...
... credited with bringing Christianity to Scotland.
Outside the chapel was Mons Meg, a huge 15th century canon that fired 300+ pound stones nearly two miles. It was a gift from the Belgians in 1457, who had a common enemy with Scotland in the form of England. They had no qualms with arming Scotland against their enemies.
At about 10:30, Kirsten concluded her tour of the castle, and gave us the rest of the time to explore the inside on ...