Craigsanquhar House Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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I had a leisurely morning today, checked out of my hostel, and then took a train to Edinburgh. I was a little earlier than planned, so I had a bit of time to kill before I met up with my cousin George (who I haven't seen in 16 years). I walked outside and was immediately drawn to a massive structure just a block or so away, which turned out to be the Scott's Monument, which you could pay to hike up. So of course, I ...
Arose this morning to a vast improvement in the weather, so decided to visit the Edinburgh Botanical Gardens which we gave up on yesterday because of the rain. Well worth the effort with huge glasshouses of tropical flowers,orchids and all sorts of unusual plants. As well the parts of the garden we walked around had enormous trees and the rhododendrons and azaleas ...
... there earlier in the day to commemorate the Scottish highlanders that were involved in the Gallipoli Campaign. A very interesting series of displays about the history of the Scottish monarchy and the Scottish Garrisons based at the castle. Unfortunately the usual views across the city were not so great today given the weather. Stopped off at a local bar on the way back to the hotel for a drink and a decent meal - very nice. Tired tonight as usual after a full ...
Stirling, the Trossachs, Glasgow and the movie About Time. Nev and I first spoke on the phone 3 years ago today. He's now 53 and has caught up with me! We went on a tiki tour to see The Trossachs and then Glasgow. The Trossachs are gorgeous and as Nev has quoted many times since, "we've travelled an awful long way to feel like we're at home". It ...
You might remember the collecting box for Lady Haig's Poppy Factory that we saw in the wall at Dryburgh Abbey. Well the factory is still going and has been since 1926 manned almost entirely by disabled ex-servicemen. I got there on a Friday afternoon when the blokes who work in the factory had knocked off for the long weekend but was lucky enough to meet Ray an ex-soldier from Poppy Scotland who run the Poppy ...