Mercure Perth Hotel
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... town (?) I am guessing). The scone is of course famous for being where Scottish kings were crowned. It was taken to England by Edward I, and was in Westminster until 1990 something when it went back to Scotland. (A different Edward to the one who features in the song Flower of Scotland)
the Scone of Stone itself is now in Edinburgh castle with the Scottish Crown jewels, although I am guessing they have to be lent back to Westminster if there is another coronation in ...
... get closer to the church. It does. A neat little cafe in High Street. Dave wants to try the pumpkin soup. Tina does likewise. This comes with a sandwich, Dave decides on ham & cheese - make that two says Tina. The cafe staff joke that we have been together for too long - what this trip or altogether? Just to be different, Tina has a cappuccino and Dave has a latte.
As a younger person, the cafe owner had seen ...
We had to be up early this morning to disembark the Marco Polo. When we looked out of our window, we could see the ship making her way slowly into Leith, the cruise terminal which acts as the gateway to Edinburgh, capital of Scotland. We could see the Royal Yacht Britannia at her permanent mooring nearby.
We had to vacate our cabin by 7.30am and then wait around the ship to be called to ...
Tuesday, July 26. Arrived in Perth around midday and drove straight to Murthly to visit Innes' uncle Carson. Chatted for several hours and then had a lovely dinner at the Dalmore Inn (off the A93 towards Blairgowrie). Checked in rather late at the Travelodge but Maisie was clearly delighted to see that it was identical to the last Travelodge we stayed at. Must remember to video her "dance" that she performs each time we arrive at a Travelodge. (And here was us thinking she'd feel ...
... it onto the high side of the road out of the way. And we started to realise that the car was obviously just the wrong combo of gearing, weight, size and wheel size to get moving - there were many other smaller cars, as well as huge trucks and buses that were able to continue on up the hill, or down the hill... but this select few who just couldn't move!
While this was all going on, the snow was getting heavier and heavier. It could pretty much be described as ...