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 ...
... only us Scots could ******** our way into such a lucrative tourist attraction!' Speaking of Alister, my final day in Scotland was spent in his home town, St Andrews, with him as a personal guide. It says much of his character that our first stop was a pub, though somewhat disappointingly he only had a pint of water! Besides that, the main attraction was a walk across the Swilcan Burn Bridge, and down the fairways of the old course! Well known British golfer (not to ...
... ruins, this time up a steepish hill which gave great views of the surrounding countryside. The neighbouring farmer moved a mob of sheep when we got there and the movement and sound of the sheep got a large amount of attention from the tourists. Jo and I climbed a fence so we could get down to a section of the wall, a bit no hum after all the lovely stone fences we have seen in paddocks along the way... We then headed to Scotland via ...
... be able to see enemies closing in which is why it was so fiercely fought over for so many years. Since the 12th century the castle has been the favored home of Scottish kings and queens, a strategic stronghold, and in the 17th century, a garrisoned fortress for soldiers. Some important highlights that caught my eyes and ears are: -In 1297 William Wallace (Braveheart) lead Scottish forces to victory at the Battle of Stirling Bridge. -King Robert I (The ...