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Day 11: We originally planned to drive into the Cairngorms to go see Balmoral Castle but we read in time that it is closed so that saved us a 1h15 drive out there (and back afterwards). We decide to take it easy and roam the streets of Aberdeen instead. It is a sunny day with temperatures around 16 degrees. Not a drop of rain in sight. The Copthorne is close to the big shopping streets and since the shops are open on Sundays we immediately dive into ...
... the well in the courtyard and generally explored.
Loch Aard had awesome inflatables to climb up and jump/ slip off. Everyone got wetsuits and had lots of fun in such a beautiful setting. Pippa and I watched and I took photos. It was quite hot out of the water and a beautiful day.
We finished the day with a beautiful woodland walk and an icecream.
... 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 ...
... in his finest regalia. The bells in the tower chimed for half an hour. Either they were mechanical or there were some exhausted little bell ringers!!! A lovely walk along the river found us back into the town and we found a cheap but tasty chinese take-away. I had a really nice noodle soup and some veggie noodles. Very tasty and cost me about 6 pound with a ginger beer included!!!
... reach Edinburgh during it's popular Fringe Fest. So..... nary an accommodation did we find. We found a B&B (our choice of accommodation for this road trip as we told the boys to load up on breakfast so we could skip lunch and only go out for dinner) in a small town outside of Edinburgh called Dunblane. It would be a 30 minute train ride into the city which was okay with Jim as he wasn't really relishing ...