Dalziel Park Hotel & Golf Club
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... course Hannah Gadsby for a sneaky fringe show and back to the apartment for a cider and then out for our last meal with the parentals, it's been so nice having them here showing me around Scotland and where they used to live and go etc, I think I'll miss having them here haha but tomorrow Kasey is dragging me hiking up to Arthur's seat which is good as I want to see that but not looking forward to the hiking bit... Hopefully I survive! ...
... Greyfriar's Bobby, saw Edinburgh castle, as well as several historic buildings. After he left us, we decided to take dinner at an interesting looking restaurant. Upon entering I was amazed to see the whole restaurant was like I was it Halloween again! The theme of the whole place was Frankenstein. For those of you who know me well, you know how pleased I was at being in such a kitschy, silly place. After dinner, we returned to the ...
... was again a working church.
The chapel contains numerous symbols and there are countless theories,myths and legends associated with the Chapel many of which are impossible to prove or disprove conclusively.
All aboard again for the very last time. We head into Edinburgh hitting peak hour traffic with Graham a little unsure of the drop off locations for all of us. Tried to put Craig's phone sim card into the iPad but could not get maps working properly so Graham ...
... saw a statue of William Wallace and saw many castles and all that.
Once we arrived to the Loch, we got on a boat and travelled around the dark murky lake on a boat equiped with Sonar equipment. Renee and I had the best seats on the boat @ the bow, so we could see the monster if Nessy reared her head, we also saw the captian steering the ship with his feet. The cruise took about an hour, so we got off and had a search for some food, but ...
... service in the Falklands war 30 years ago and our guide Scott was able to point out many details of interest.
The next stage of our drive had us well occupied with various details on the way and we eyed the thickening black rain clouds as we passed over the Lammermuirs. As to be expected, we stopped on the roadside "in the middle of nowhere", donned our rain gear and walking shoes and set out across the farm paddocks. After about 1km of fairly easy, squishy, farm walking, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking