Holiday Inn Express Perth
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... come across one of those while driving.
I am still having issues with the sim card in my phone and have not been able to get on to the vodafone network for three days, which is making this band manager gig pretty difficult. Hopefully I will be able to find a vodafone shop and get it fixed soon.
Monday tomorrow. We are on an organised tour bus that is taking us up to Lochness via a local distillery. So a day off - but a busy one.
Hopped on the train to Perth today. Headed to the visitor center for the list of which attractions were open in town and how to get around. They were extremely helpful. That is one thing I do like about the UK - they have visitor information centers everywhere and the people are really very helpful. They told me it was an hour walk up the hill to Scone Palace so I opted for the bus. Great bus driver who ...
... Castle, which is perched atop one of the few pieces of high ground in the area, and which can be seen for miles away. We arrived less than an hour before closing, so we grabbed the audio guide and the (ever helpful) guides devised a "must-see" truncated tour. This was the castle where Mary Queen of Scots lived as a child, and which was just restored to appear exactly as it had when she was monarch of Scotland. I found it ...
Finally the day of the big finale has arrived! Alan has only one more stretch until he crosses the finish line and his 18 day challenge is complete!
With nine cyclists joining Team Donaldson and seven depots to swing by en route, it was guaranteed to be an eventful day. Here is the first instalment of day 18: Perth to Dundee...
After staying with family in Perth on Wednesday night, and having the opportunity to dry out from Wednesday's soaking, Alan was raring ...
... very well be my rightful home.
Stirling Bridge was another magnificant part of history that we visited and it was where the mighty William Wallace had his greatest triumph in battle against the English back in 1297. Maybe if I dig hard in the family tree I might be related to him also, and then there is Rob Roy .........do you think there is a theme happening here for men in kilts??