Holiday Inn Express Perth
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Woke up to a home cooked breakfast - traditional fry-up for Ashley, haggis and scrambled eggs for Travis. Also got to try their delicious homemade plum jelly and apple/blackberry jam. After screenshotting all the necessary directions for the day, we hit the road.
First stop was Inverness, which took us back along the Loch Ness. We stopped at the Urquhart castle but didn't feel like paying the £7.50 entry fee as it was sprinkling and the castle was blown up during ...
... grumble about as I don’t think I have slowed below 60mph all the way so far so its still good.Finally after Manchester and on towards Preston the traffic has gone and so its inside to refill the tank and time for a coffee!! Yum yum, a grand Coffee Mocha was to be had and the best one I have had in weeks as you simply don’t seem to get them on the Continent!!After 20 minutes or so rest its back on the road and again heading North. The road ...
... travelled back to their B&B in Dunkeld. It was good to see them again and I am looking forward to spending the week walking with Helen. Roy is planning to walk and play some golf while here so we hope the weather holds up. Stewart and I watched part of the Jubilee concert on T.V. which was fantastic, before looking out at the beacon which had been lit on Ben Vrackie to mark the Diamond Jubilee. Tomorrow we walk from Lochty to Dunkeld Cathedral. Should be good. ...
... etc, ugh, gruesome stuff.
So those two battles give Stirling extra significance but just looking over the landscape from the castle it's obvious why this location was desirable...you can see for miles! Just FYI, this hill was also the plug of an extinct volcano :) The castle itself has had parts restored as recently as last summer and reflects the 14-16th centuries when the Stuart monarchs were living here. A couple more James and ...
... the farm, we went back to their place for drinks and dinner. They were so hospitable, and we had a fantastic night with them. So much better than staying in a hotel, experiencing Scotland for how it really is, with lovely people.
The next morning, a sore head from a lot of cider, but that didn't stop us from going out on the bikes again. THis time just the 2 of us, so we got the chance to have a good explore of the farm. It was a beautiful clear day, and ...