Royal George Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Tunnel which goes under the Tyne River near Newcastle. Traci and Nathan have been to Scotland before but we have always gone up via the western side and we both enjoyed the new scenery on this leg of the trip. We planned to drive straight through to Edinburgh this afternoon and perhaps visit the Royal Yacht Britannia, however our plans changed when we noticed a castle sitting on an island and then saw a National Trust sign ...
... a new visitor's center so thought we would do a quick “drive by” for our Scottish history check in the block. 90 min later we tore ourselves away.
This is the BEST presentation of a battle I have EVER experienced (I think Michele and Rich also agree). Before I gush too much, Culloden was the final battle (ever) of the Scottish rebellion (also called the Jacobite Rebellion). Back to the center: The history leading up to ...
... been fun. As you can see from the picture of the items we are unsure as yet who is to carry them. My rucksack is looking favourite, at the moment. Trying to cover all angles from bites. Cuts. Sun. Hanging up washing. Drinking and eating. Although there will be shops on route. Except on the train for 8 days. We still need the bare essentials.
All the training of the Military is coming in handy now.(LOL)
Monsoon season is a ...
... Kendal It’s a beautiful part of the world and with the roads totally free of ice I’m able to let this bike rip in and out of the curves on this grand road. It’s a totally different bike now as from what it was this morning!!
Setting my GPS to take me to Heysham port I expected it now to simply take me via a few nice mountainous roads but before I know it’s taken me back to the M6 motorway and that’s where I stopped and looked at the map!! With ...
We pass through Perth while FINALLY passing through some highlands. The earlier landscape nestles somewhere between a rolling hill and a small mountain - full of up-and-downs with multitudes of tree-folk. The Highlands, as I'm under the impression, are quite different.
They are raised quite a bit more above ...