The Beveridge Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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3:00pm - A stroll on the Royal Mile, purchased tickets for the 5:20 tour of the Scotch Whisky Experience, *excited!*
4:30pm - A hurried visit to the Scott Monument while a I wait for the Scotch Tour to being. Climbed all 287 steps to get to the top. Received a completion certificate (yayy!!). The exertion of the climb isn't as bad as the narrowness of the stairway as you climb up (it gets really scary at the top). If another group is coming in the ...
... the next town to go to church each Sunday. This guy and his family had loads of money and started building this epic church which had about every style of church put into one. The guys mum died before they finished it. It was a rally nice church that looked over a Loch and had some cool stuff inside. Including these things on display called mort safes. These were used to protect graves from grave robbers who would steal the recently buried for ...
... welcome to so and so, messages from performers, etc). We are sitting there and Aunty Molly says to me that she didn't get one done for me, as she wasn't sure if I would like it and just as she says this " welcome to Jemma who is here with her Aunty Molly" I missed the very beginning so I don't know if they said from Australia or not. The Tattoo was epic! There is no other words to describe it. I loved very second of it. So many performers which were quite varied. A really good ...
... on the sea to stretch the legs. The noise of the sea was amazing. The sound of the receding water on the stones and the crashing waves on the wall. I took my eyes off the sea for 5 seconds only to get drenched with a huge wave that hit the wall and come over the top. Continuing on the drive I head inland towards Inverness, through the pine forests. In the ...
... up comic act about preventing the extinction of the ginger race (redheads)!
We love going to concerts, and took in some awesome musical performances too!
We spent an exciting evening with my new favorite band, the Peatbog Faeries, a legendary band from the Isle of Skye. With fiddle, bagpipes, drums, and strings, they are famous for their high-octane Celtic combined with ...