The Chester Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and domestic tourists…me included of course.
I took a walk up to the castle which really was not what I expected at all. The views of the surrounding hills, the River Forth and the Wallace Monument were quite striking. I will remember the lovely cemetery next to the castle with its interesting Masonic looking stone pyramid.
After acquiring some supplies in Stirling (for the next few days). I headed over the River Forth ...
... Despite missing sunset we found it and took a photo of this pretty cool lighthouse. We set up in the decrepit looking car park and held out for the night, feeling gross from lack of shower and Burger King for dinner (it was fast) and me semi conscious of the moment. Later that night I remember sitting out by myself at dusk, which lasts forever, sipping my beer and reminding myself I was ...
... has been spared – expect Swarovski chandeliers in the dining room and silk bedspreads, Bose sound systems and 48 inch TVs in each bedroom.
With only enough time to visit one of the Shire’s 300 castles, we choose Crathes Castle – a beautiful 16th century fortified family home and one of the National Trust for Scotland’s properties. Tour the tower house to see the original painted ceilings, hear tales of ghosts, find out ...
There are times to go the pub with your friends, and there are times to go to the pub just by yourself.
I am not going to say that I don't enjoy going out with friends, as it makes for memories you can talk about days, weeks, months or years later. But I do really love just rocking up on my own.
Because it is then and only then that you make friends that you share one moment with, and then that's ...
... we didn't know were exceptional, and Eileen was as terrific as she has been when she's visited and taught back home. Her son cooked all our meals, which were fantastic. He is a real character, and I called him "Dobby, the house elf." The funny thing was that there was a wayward sock on laundry day, and I went walking down the hall holding it up, trying to find its owner, and his face lit up with glee when he saw it, "My ...