Old Mill Hotel
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The moorage at Bell's Mill Bridge is where we spent Monday night. It's not large--just room for two boats. With no other boat there we spent a quiet night. Motoring on, we stopped at a mooring spot at the south end of the Almondale Aqueduct. The aqueduct is a bridge over the River Almond that carries the canal a hundred or so feet over the dale of the Almond. Our stop here was for several hours, and just as we finished tying up a van ...
... city and gorgeous valley, the moved on before the media circus began. The memorial on the hill was for those who went to WW1. Being ready for a coffee, we came across a car park only to realise that it was the university (minimum fee was £3.50 which covered for up to 4 hours). The coffee at the Acatary University coffee shop was most enjoyable. As we headed back to the car it was drizzling, and we headed to Perth. We had a drive ...
... which are Canadian. They will compete tomorrow with the rest of the bands to come to a final result. I took the train back almost right away since I was freezing and made it back in time to eat with Katy and her dad. They then went to Glasgow to pick up Kevin and Katy's brother, while I stayed at the house with poppy. I enjoyed the couple of hours to chillax. Well that's it.... We're now watching a weird movie and then probably heading to bed. ...
... we set off and travelled northwest past Linlithgow palace, birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots, and Stirling Castle. Stirling castle was once known as the 'Key to Scotland', with its imposing position in the centre of the country. To the north is the 220ft high tower of the National Wallace Monument commemorating Scotland's great hero William Wallace, played by Mel Gibson in the Oscar-winning movie Braveheart. We had left the haar behind in Edinburgh and the weather was ...
... and many beers later we came up with a plan.
Dee researched the Visas. I sorted the Travel side of things.
Many weeks later we had moved a little bit forward but it seemed to be issue after issue with the Visas and what was the best way to travel. We approached a company called Real Russia which turned out to be the best move so far, although they did cause all the issues we had.
They have ...