Holiday Inn Express Perth
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our drive to Edinburgh was successful, we boarded the plane and were off approximately 15 minutes late which usually isn't a big deal...but it is if you have 50 minutes between landing in London and catching your connecting flight to Amsterdam. Why is it that the people in the front of the plane are soooooo slow to get off? Once we had deplaned we had 15 minutes until our next plane's gate closed. We didn't need to ...
... not spend long there, only stopping briefly for a photo-opportunity at the Black Watch Monument near Wade's bridge with a slight rain coming down, before setting off on the lovely drive to Perth through the Sma' Glen.
I stopped again at the small bridge over the gushing stream just before one enters the Sma' Glen and then at the nearby spot just above another of Wade's bridges where I had also stopped on my previous visit.
... which are simply not working.
Bored of watching these turbines I head back into the warmth of the restaurant and get myself some lunch before heading out on deck again.
The crossing to Douglas is just under 4 hours. One thing about being a biker means you are already dressed for the cold and so out on deck it’s actually quite pleasant. While I sit there watching the sun go down everyone else is frozen to the bone!!
The ferry parked up at Douglas port ...
... we also bought picnic lunch at the supermarket there. We then kept driving, stopping for photos at Balmoral, Cambus O'May and then had lunch at Glen Tanar by 'the tree' that conquered me when i was younger.
We kept travelling through Deeside and finally got to Sam and Millie's around 3.45pm. Unfortunately Sam is away offshore this week. We talked with Millie and then had nachos for tea and strawberries and cream for dessert before heading to bed.
... helped Scotland join together and oppose the British. This was also on top of a hill/rock with a footpath up to the monument...oh great I have my UGGS on and the soles aren't good on a muddy surface. I trek up the hill and find out when I get to the monument and go inside, there are 246 steps up a very narrow tight spiral staircase to the 4 different landings. OK off we go.