Park Lodge Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
- Free parking
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... about the man hanging from the building. We grabbed a bite to eat at, what was clearly becoming our local eatery, Pret a Manger. Edinburgh also had the Fringe Festival happening (as apposed to the Edinburgh cultural festival, the Tattoo etc) so we ventured down the streets to watch some of the street performers, so very funny (as in humorous) people doing 5 minute stand up shows, it was fun!! and then we headed back for the train to Stirling a ...
... me a cup of tea, but I said I would have one afterward, because I didn 't want to go out during services. I wondered why everyone was still standing around when it was already 1pm, but someone said they would be starting a bit later; maybe 1:15 or so. I thought that it was nice how friendly and informal and relaxed everyone was, instead of sticking to a tight schedule. Instead of chairs being arranged in rows, we sat in chairs around three sides of tables arranged ...
... out next time we are in NYC! We saw one of the reproductions being worked on today that was about one-quarter completed and five have been made so far. It takes two years to make each one, then they are hung in the castle, like the one pictured here.
The water kelpie is a Celtic folk lore water horse that gallops over the waves. Nessie is also a kelpie. This is played on the harp (see YouTube). Also transforms into handsome men to lure women into traps. Breakfasted and packed up Margaret waited in the lobby while Cheryl and I went in search of our hire car. A good walk later we found the place and decided that we needed a vehicle upgrade (didn't want to come down too far after driving an Audi ...
Realised it was taking too long and we had to hurry it up a bit. In the grounds of the palace there was an Art Gallery with a special exhibition of how the fashions had been set over the years. Took a few photos of the paintings. They allowed paintings as long as you didn't use the flash.
Next door to the palace was a ruined Abbey. I was sad to see that they had laid the very old ...