De Vere Cameron House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had to mention the legend of Bobby from Greyfriars fame, Lorna and I enjoyed the pub more that the story and stayed for a few ales. This morning the sky was blue and the temperature was up to a barmy 7 degrees so off we went on our tour of Ed Castle and the old parliament before farewelling Edinburgh and greeting Glasgow. The trains ride between both cities took less that a ...
... Overall it was a great experience and a good work out! Certainly both a physical and mental challenge, but completely worth it for the adrenaline rush. By the final long zip line back to the starting platform I was 'whooping' and 'yeehaa-ing' the whole way!
Thoroughly recommended for people of all ages and agilities!
Really not a lot to talk about today. We had a bit of a sleep in till around 8am, although I'd been awake reading from about 6.30am. But we had an early visitor - Mum went down to check on Linda and Frank's dog Rori who looked so sad at being left downstairs that she let him come up - he scooted up the stairs, had a quick look and sniff in the bathroom and decided that there ...
... on the line waiting for a bit of maintenance for an hour. No problem to us as we had no connection though it was causing some grief to our fellow passengers. At Queen Street we'd already bought our tickets to head out to Ian's at Garrowhill so we were able just to slip down to the low level and then he train turned up at immediately. It was strange heading past stations that were oh so familiar, High Street, Bellgrove, Carntyne, Shettleston ...
... unable to get much in the way of good photos. Still, it appeared to be typical Scottish weather, and was a lovely drive.
Day 4 - Monday. We drove out to Falkirk to see Bob's aunt Isabel, who he had never met before and is his only relative here as far as we could tell. We enjoyed our visits with Isabel and her son, Derek, going out for lunch at a nice local pub, and then back to Isabel's where she put on a lovely afternoon tea. Lots of stories of days gone ...