Mercure Perth Hotel
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... it as the air was very scotchy. Next we toured the buildings that actually manufacture the scotch. Similar to Guiness, Ryan tried to explain the heat exchanged processes to me...I understood a bit. After an unsatisfactory lunch which included an argument about what smoke salmon actually is and unfortunately a subpar sticky toffee pudding (I guess it doesn't get better that Oban) we headed to Glen Eagles to check out the ...
... 1 we make our way via minor roads, lanes and dedicated cycle ways.
Just a few miles from Kinross, the clouds that had been threatening finally bring the rain. Dave's new cycle gloves from Cotswolds in Edinburgh live up to the recommendation. As we arrive in Kinross all we can see are industrial sites, car yards and repairs. Dave keeps an eye on the church spire and the GPS, hoping that something will come along ...
... and I was the first to leave the ship. I headed North along the seafront and onto the road along the coast. Staying right in Douglas itself I knew would cost a fortune and so I decided to head out of town and look for somewhere further up the coast.
After a 5 mile or so drive along the coast in the dark all hotels seemed to be closed or simply nonexistent and so I decided to return to Douglas. After checking out a few hotels on my GPS it was found that most of them were ...
... just figure out what a "neep" was!
And, finally, "how does one exit a train with no door handle"? One of the train lines here in Scotland has exit doors with handles only on the outside. When you reach a station and want to exit, you must lower the window in the door, reach out to the outside handle, wrassle it open, THEN deal with whatever you have and get out!!! Who thought of THAT nifty system:)
... 8230; they are really looking after us.
John and John are coping with their own constraints by running at their own pace… both are a bit frustrated by this but are being pragmatic to maximise the chance of success in achieving our goal.
After all this cycling we have been taking great care to look after ourselves to avoid injury. So it was with great frustration I managed to injure a muscle in my calf carrying bags down the flights of ...