Mercure Perth Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so its not too bad. The tyres we bought were a bargain at 35 pound each fitted! While the tyres were being fitted we noticed that the Cleveland Police Headquarters was just down the road so we paid a visit and Nathan walked away happy with some memorabilia to add to his collection.
Our drive today took us along the east coast of England where we had lovely views of the coastal towns and the North Sea, as well as drive through ...
We depart the "Drum" and Loch Ness today on a GORGEOUS morning with great Nessie memories, sore muscles (okay-just for me), and full of the best breakfast we have had in the UK-made to order eggs, bacon, potato scones, and lattes to rival Starbucks! Our 30 min drive takes us past the North Shore of Loch Ness and through the city center of Inverness (the unofficial capital of the Highlands) to the Battlefield of Culloden. We had heard that this battlefield ...
... then as mentioned above the Trans Mongolian Railway down into China. This part of the trip looks amazing. Once in China, we are spending a few days in 3 different cities and then flying down to Hong Kong. About 11 days here and then flying to Vietnam.
The accommodation we are using is mainly hostels. If the pictures have anything to go by they look amazing.
Packing our kit and working out what to take for such a long ...
... boring old motorway for mile after mile. My GPS is telling me I will arrive at Haysham port at 11h20 which in my opinion is simply way too early for the 14h15 sailing to Isle of Man and so I turn off the m/way and head into the hills of the wonderful Lake District.
The roads are now dry and the temp is much higher than when I left home and so it’s time to see what this bike is really like to ride.
I find myself high up on a wonderful hill road overlooking the ...
... anyway. Of course, it's still privately owned and lived in.
Next, we drove back to Dunkeld for a long awaited family pubcrawl and went to the three pubs Dunkeld has to offer before going back and ordering a light dinner from our hotel bar-- which we realized was dumb because apparently if we had just eaten inside the restaurant we would have saved money because you're automatically charged for dinner each night. Oh well.