Royal George Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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 ...
... 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 ...
... or simply closed for winter and so I plodded on along looking for anywhere to stay and finally found a wonderful little private hotel right on the seafront.
It was now well dark and a biting cold wind was blowing off the sea. All I wanted was a nice hot shower and my bed!!
It had been an extremely easy day of riding and I found the Tenere to be comfy and nice sitting position.
Tomorrow's plan is to go and explore this island and ride the TT race track of the ...
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 ...
... the Guest House this morning…as the day went on this became more of a hindrance to cycling having to stop more than once to get relief by massaging. I too rode with the 2 Johns as I couldn’t be sure I could go any faster today..
As we get further North the towns become less frequent which means there are less places to stop for lunch. Today we stopped at an interesting local bakery and food shop. They were really helpful and offered their supply ...