Royal George Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the 2014 Ryder cup. There course was very impressive including the PGA course, the Queen's course and the King's course. The course was a bustle of workers putting up massive temporary buildings for the Cup. After collecting a quick, engraved souvenir (obviously it was Ryan who picked up the swag at this stop) we hit the road for Perth and then Scone where we were staying at the budget friendly Skylodge. The Skylodge while ...
... is 70 and most drivers do at least the speed limit. I just sit in the left hand lane and watch the traffic go by. This is a bit of a problem when I need to pass a slower car, bus or truck. I move into the middle lane, pass the vehicle and then get back in the left. Did I mention that the Motorways are at least 3 lanes wide? The A roads vary from single to 3 lanes so, depending on the number of lanes, you just have to wait in the queues. The B Roads are single lane ...
It's Bank Holiday Monday. We have aready worked out that the cycle network path we need to take out of Edinburgh starts at the end of the lane we have been staying on and with hopefully less traffic with it being a holiday our exit should be smooth.
Off we go...down the road, follow the cycle network sign to the right, then it takes another right and then wants to take another right again...what's going on? If we ...
... Passes which get us into some places free - this was one of them. While it is run by the National Trust, it is still used by the owners - a not-uncommon condition for National Trust properties. We toured many of the rooms on the ground floor. Most of the displayed articles, art and furniture were from the 1700s. There were many examples of china, silk, embroidery, ornate furnishings - and many good stories to ...
... And on arriving back at our hotel, Love Actually was on tv - a great way to finish our time in London!
Today was a fairly relaxed day - a couple more bus trips around London just for the sake of riding on their amazing public transport system, and then we headed for London Gatwick airport to catch our plane up to Glasgow. Ruth & Tim were waiting for us at the exit for us, and we headed off to the car where Charlie ...