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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Multilingual staff
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Today we will be traveling over 230 miles. Our usual travel day is about 110 miles with stops at sightseeing places. Today there were no sightseeing places other than WC stops and lunch. We left at 8:00 to begin our journey in sunny weather and ended up with the remains of tropical storm Bertha raining on us. We only made pit stops or picture stops …
Bus day again today with breaks to stretch our legs
Actually it was a perfect day to be indoors. " Big shout out" to our bus driver who negotiated the wet, narrow, winding roads so we got the best views of this spectacular landscape. We crossed the top of Scotland from east to west. Watched the missle and mist cascade down the high peaks …
... The castle was destroyed in the 18th century but restored in the early 20th century by a member of the MacRae family, who owned. The granddaughter of this couple still owns the castle. There were no plans or historical documents of the original castle, but McRae had a vision of what it should look like. Later, historical documents were found confirming that in all essential details, the restoration ...
Beds were great at Nira. Just saying. Bath was so so. People were very nice; one waiter was new so he was nervous--very cute. (We rate accommodations on all three.) Breakfast was fab and we have a pic of 5 of the dozen jams they had out. Of course we wanted to get an early start but didn't! Sleeping was too nice. So we didn't get the car until 1130 and didn't get out of Edinburgh until 1230 due to the trolley construction (that's been going ...
... and asked her to look up the one that looked "kind of like a snow flake". Luckily however it was just the first warning light, an orange one, which let me know that the outside temperature had dropped below 4 degrees…. Yes, 4 degrees Celsius. It was 3 degrees outside our car. Lovely. Only 2 more degrees to go until the warning light turned red. The sheep didn’t seem bothered though. They knew this journey well. It was their road and they ...