Glazert Country House Hotel
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It was just a short hop to Stirling this morning, and we easily found a Park and Ride (gee they make things SOOO much easier!) and paid 1.20 each for parking AND the return bus trip into town and back!
We spent a great couple of hours at Stirling Castle: another fortress at the top of a rocky crag. Although there has been a fortress of some kind here since prehistoric times, the ...
On our way to Edinburgh City by 8.30am. We picked up Bill, our local tour guide for the morning. Bill had the best suit I have ever seen. It was green tartan vest, jacket and pants. Bill talked us around both the Old and New City. The Old Town is the name popularly given to the oldest part of Scotland's capital city of Edinburgh. The area has preserved much of its medieval street plan and many Reformation-era buildings. Together with the 18th-century New Town. ...
... br> With all that lot crawling around I simply went back to my cabin and stayed
there until the ferry docked in Newcastle at about 10h00.
I was one of the first bikes off the ferry and as soon as I was out the
ship I was off like a shot and heading for Edinburgh.
Big problem I had now was to remember to stay on the left of the road and
make sure I go around the roundabouts clockwise.
As per usual in UK its not only ten minutes up ...
... the driver pointed us to a different train, that would takes 40 minutes less if we went to Queen st station instead of central. (Which is still very central anyway) So that was nice of him! The train ride was quite uneventful, and we got into Glasgow quite quickly. When we got in, we went for a walk around the city trying to look for a hostel. We did a few laps of the most central part of the city, and couldn't find any. And all three of our phones were dead.... So we decided ...
... a left onto the A702 towards Edinburg and as I ride through the town I’m very tempted to stop off for a nice warm hot chocolate at one of the towns lovely coffee shops, however I decline and head on.
I turn right and again follow the B7016 to Broughton. This is yet the smallest of all the roads this morning and I’m expecting it to be the worst road yet!! However, it was not to be and the road was extremely well gritted with salt and not much ice at all!! But ...