Castlecary House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... pipes in battle and wore kilts, wildly charging the British ranks with demonic ferocity.
Scotland today is about literature, the craggy highlands, hills of heather, Clans, kilts, Royalty, wildlife, history, battles and buildings.
We stopped briefly in Glasgow and admired a clean tidy city with lots of memorabilia leftover from the Games. From here we headed across the Isle of Sky, into the highlands ...
The play seems to consist in equal parts of graceful, almost balletic intervals where it is a pleasure to watch the participants run, swerve, pass, and leap in the air; and of a vicious free-for-all in the tackles and scrums that would earn an X-rating in fiction. I certainly can't recognise Stephen Tongue's 'kiss the ball to the ground' in the sight of two humans, legs and arms flailing, rolling in furious embrace towards the touchline. But then the ...
... the other folk on the bottom level of the bus. Tom and Oli went with Heather to the adventure park and did a bunch of flying fox work and then played about 6 world cups in the back yard. Davo and Heather cooked an amazing dinner on Saturday night and we watched a delayed telecast of the Ladies Wimbeldon Final.
Sunday was Tom's 9th birthday so after the opening of a healthy collection of presents, we hit the road down ...
... as neither of us could face food at all nevermind our much anticipated return meals. Needless to say the last 104 days have been some of the best of our lives so far, so many new experiences; some to repeat and others to avoid! We wouldn't have changed them for anything and basically we can't wait for our next adventure wherever that may be! 10 countries 19 visas 15 islands 14 flights 8 ferries 36 long haul buses 3 overnight trains And... 2 kick-ass tans! South East Asia; thank you. We'll be ...
We set off fairly early and completed the Royal Mile walk, ending at Edinburgh Castle as it was another beautiful sunny day. The Tattoo had its last performance on Saturday night so there was a lot of activity outside the gates as the seating etc was being dismantled. Once inside we marvelled at the views across the city and then linked in with a guided tour. It was a very brief 35 minute outdoor tour (due to the beautiful day) which started at the bottom of ...