BEST WESTERN PLUS Keavil House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... an adrenaline rush. It wasn't a huge drop and I was disappointed that there wasn't more squealing involved, but the big smiles on their faces was indication that they had their money's worth.
Just a short distance further is the lookout known as Queens View which is a tranquil panorama across Loch Tummel to the Tay Forest Park where the blue of the loch blends with the green of the forest, and was a favourite spot of Queen Victoria. This area has the ...
... was time for a last visit with Mum. We arrived just before 2pm and were informed that the visiting hours were from 3pm to 5pm, not 2pm to 5pm, as we had thought all this time! But we were told we could take our mother to the nearby multi-purpose room nearby. This was a good choice, as it was pleasantly furnished and quiet. My sister went downstairs to the cafeteria to buy snacks, for my Mum wanted crisps (chips), and I wanted a scone, since ...
... used to worship the sun, given the positioning of the stones. From here we visited Tomatin Distillery. They make single malt whiskey here. It smelt nice but I didn't really enjoy the taste testing! Tonight we had a traditional roast with Yorkshire pudding and all. Though I guess not very Scottish. The Yorkshire pudding was yummy. We also headed to the local pub to have a few drinks for Yvette's birthday which was fun. Day three we headed north to the Isle ...
... two areas - Old and New Town - divided by Princes Street, with the grand Edinburgh Castle looming above. This iconic fort sits high above on rocks inhabited since the Iron Age, and is by far the highest thing in this city that teems with history, no skyscrapers found here. What you do see are endless spires and brick structures built to last. (My friend's home is older than the US.) The castle sits on the west end of what became the Royal Mile, ...
... was a rich, lemony mystery dessert, and was served with some sort of oaty cookie-thing. I ate some, then laid down my spoon. Against her better judgement, Nancy was compelled -she hates to waste food - to eat the rest of the delightful treat, even whilst still picking stray pieces of pork fat from her teeth.
Yessir, we went to the Dogs.
Tomorrow morning we leave for the Highlands (this may be my last post, since ...