Premier Inn Inverness Centre - Millburn Rd
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Edinburgh was an overnight stop-off for us before we head north into the Scottish Highlands. Breakfast on Wednesday morning offered the same food as the other hotels we had stayed in with one exception - Black Pudding. Chris added a piece of Black Pudding to her plate but Bruce decided that it wasn’t something he was going to eat.
After breakfast we walked the kilometre to the Hertz Office where we picked up the hire car we ...
... a small hill that we could see from the top of the funicular.
There was also a restaurant at the top, and we decided to get a snack for our hike. We all got some caramel shortbread, and I got a bottle of Irn Bru (pronounced "iron brew"). It's an extremely popular soft drink in Scotland. It actually used to be named "Iron Brew", but some law was passed saying a beverage couldn't be called a "brew" unless it was actually brewed. So ...
I was up early on Tuesday 20th to sit my history exam. Not my best exam, but it should have been good enough to pass. I met up with my family who had stayed the previous night in Hull and I got the chance to show them around Hull University, my dorm and we went out to lunch together. Driving through small villages like Bishop Burton we made our way up North where we stayed in a small pub on the outskirts of York. Our day in York was a little disrupted by the ...
... the rabbits when we did our history projects earlier in the year. Maybe he knows some more about their introduction to Australia. While I'm writing this I'm listening to the most amazing thunderstorm. It's so nice to be tucked up in bed while the lightning is flashing outside the bedroom window. I hope you have all had a great first week back at school and you're looking after Mrs Andrews. Have a great weekend ...
... So now I knew where I was and I knew where the nice big wide motorway I wanted to be on was, it was just a matter of connecting the two. I'm sure I drove down someone's driveway and out their back paddock but eventually I got onto a lovely 4 lane motorway (of unknown speed limit) and I was on my way. This road headed through the Cairngorms, which is another of Scotland's national parks and includes the Grampians. Another very beautiful and ...