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... in grey must be monotone but yet it still looks nice. I'm sure the sun is a good asset today. Buildings such as the university have a certain simplicity. There are ornaments but they're kept to the minimum. After a wee break at the hotel in the late afternoon we head back into the city for something to eat. The evening ends at the hotel bar for a nice drink to celebrate the beautiful day. Day 12: After breakfast we load the car again to head ...
... Glen. We stopped here for lunch and wandered the little town, where we watched boats going through the canal. Although the weather was warm and sunny all the way, Loch Ness was blowing a gale and a bitterly cold one too. From Loch Ness we headed south through the mountains of the Cairngorms National Park. Our route took us alongside Loch Laggan (the setting for the BBC series 'Monarch of the Glen'), over the Drumochter Pass (1500ft above sea level) and past 13th century ...
We have now been planning this for some time now.
From finding our boots which took a lot of research to our rucksacks.
We went to the local Tiso and met the most amazing helpful staff and we ended up spending a few pounds in the store to ensure that we have got the best items for our trip.
We set up an Operations room in the lounge and this was helpful to ensure we had all angles covered.
Once we made a ...
In typical Trafalgar tour fashion we were away at 08:00 to get to the front of the queue at Edinburgh Castle - it worked. Our guide for this morning was an official castle guide, a canny Scotsman wearing a wee skirt. (Mention of the kilt brings to mind a little story ....... A lady boarded a tram and sat opposite a Scotsman in a kilt. She wondered about the stories she had heard about kilts and asked the Scotsman "Is anything worn under the ...
... We need to completely tie up all loose ends. Also, by moving to the UK in the first place we've considerably complicated our lives. Now we do not just have one government to deal with, but TWO (2 income tax returns - yay!) as well as 2 separate banking systems dealing with 2 currencies. We also don't have the safety of re-routing everything to 'Mom and Dad's', things need to be settled properly. ...