- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stop at, and look in the graveyard of, either today or tomorrow, to see how old some of the headstones are.
The bus ride into Perth was pleasant, and I got off in the town centre. First I bought an umbrella, which is a good thing to have when doing a lot of walking. I will leave it with my sister when I return, as she doesn't seem to have one. My main pursuit in town was to find some printed cotton tea towels of ...
... the Misty Harbor coat brand instead of London fog, ha ha). :)
This entry is going to be mostly pictures, as I have to get an early lunch and walk to the nearby village to catch the bus to Perth, where I hope to shop for a few hours before walking up to the edge of town to visit my Mum for a little while. We've all given her two days off from visits, so hopefully she will be ready for a short one by now, especially as I'm by ...
... who has been meeting with People to People groups for many years and sharing Highlander and Traditional Scottish history is his passion. He is well known in the town of Pitlochry, and is known to dress as a traditional highlander as his regular dress, and not just to make an impression on People to People groups. I think the most impressive thing about Alan was watching him interact with the students as he took the time to really talk to each and every one of ...
... his death. Lyndall and I thought our tour was over now, but Jane and Tim invited us to their home in Ladybank, and after Andrew came home we went to their local pub for some dinner. This was very quiet and pleasant, and we had an enjoyable meal. The pub was what you would expect in a small village, a nice atmosphere and friendly people. We headed home, and after taking some photos along the way, arrived home about 2130. All in all a very pleasant day, with some unexpected ...
... of looking after the kids!), Bob said that he go with her. Sadly the Loch Lomond section had taken its toll on his calves, so after their overnight at The Drovers he'd decided to catch the bus to Tyndrum, their next stop, to let his legs recover sufficiently to continue the next day to Bridge of Orchy. Eight days end-to-end, now that's the way to do it and I really hope he makes it. The fiftieth birthday, midlife crisis was the reason another couple we met today were walking ...