Royal George Hotel
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Perth Gathering was another massive one, plenty of coaches pulling up and disgorging fully kitted pipe bands. This games also featured foot races, bike races and other physical events. The physical events are one of the first reason these games were held in the first place, I think it was one of the Kings Malcom who set up the idea that he should recruit the strongest and fittest young men to his charge. Later this came to include those who made music ...
... the countryside and had a number of ideas that he shared of this own experiences. Finally, someone who understands how distance translates for cyclists, giving us some realistic suggestions, not too far from our intended route. Unfortunately, after a very enjoyable lunch, it was back out into the rain and back on the bikes.
We cannot book in to our B&B until 3:00pm. The final push towards Perth and despite the ...
... it was not surprising that the self-service buffet on Deck 7 aft was absolutely crowded. There were no seats inside and very few outside. We got our breakfast and sat at a table which had a couple of empty seats, but we soon found out why - it was the smokers' area. So we had to put up with inconsiderate people lighting up their fags and breathing their noxious fumes over us as we were trying to eat.
Wednesday, July 27. Spent the morning in Perth doing a bit of sightseeing and shopping. Besides the High Street being a mess due to construction the centre of town is really quite pleasant. Had an M&S lunch in St. John's Square by St. John's Kirk. After lunch we drove to Craigend to visit Innes' aunt Nancy. We spent a good few hours chatting and catching up on things and then made our way to Scone to have dinner with Jim and Gladys Wallace. Gladys is Sheena's cousin ...
... very heavy snow, and very strong winds. There was a snow plough that was around and went up and down the hill a few times, dropping heaps of grit on the road, which was ultimately going to get everyone out of there. Charlie was an amazingly selfless person, spending most of his time out of the car helping countless drivers and cars get on their way.
Eventually after being stuck for 3 hours all up, and with plenty of grit on the road, and with many cars ...