Macdonald Houstoun House
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... t try the cream but the 10 year was very smooth and exquiste and the 8 yr not quite as smooth. We had a tour through the distillery and of course ended up in the shop. We bought a bottle of Caledonian 12 yr single malt. Aunty Betty, yes both M and I had a wee dram for you .... Unfortunately Don And Sally you will have to wait until January / February to try it as we have already bought our duty free in Auckland before we left so Jim ...
Today is our last official camper van day - we travelled from Stirling to Kinross - a town not many miles away - we didn't even get lost which was amazing. The town didn't have a coffee shop, in fact it didn't have much at all, so we travelled onto the next wee village and found a great coffee shop which was part of a woollen mill shop - after more shopping we left and ...
... IV Bridge and passed the Elephant House, where J.K. Rowling wrote much of the Harry Potter series. That led us back to the Royal Mile.
For dinner we went to Mother India for Indian food - tapas style. It was great! We ordered about 8 different dishes to share, and everyone enjoyed them all. After dinner, while Mom and Dad took Grandma and Grandpa back to their B&B, Nikki and I took a stroll down a few streets ...
... was again a working church.
The chapel contains numerous symbols and there are countless theories,myths and legends associated with the Chapel many of which are impossible to prove or disprove conclusively.
All aboard again for the very last time. We head into Edinburgh hitting peak hour traffic with Graham a little unsure of the drop off locations for all of us. Tried to put Craig's phone sim card into the iPad but could not get maps working properly so Graham ...
... pretty challenging. We went up what we thought was the most direct way up but it turned out that we went around the whole mountain. Parts of the path were rocky and as we got closer to the top, the wind made it colder. I'm so glad I bought my new hiking boots. The views from the top were spectacular. This definitely had the best views of Edinburgh. As we descended, we stopped by ruins of a chapel. I estimated the entire hike was four ...