The Queensferry Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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What a tiny, picturesque little town! There were fantastic little views of both the Forth Bridge (Rail bridge, Red, Built in 1890) and the Fort Road Bridge (for cars, silver, built in 1964). They both span the Firth of Forth (the water), between Fife (all these 'F' words!) and Edinburgh.
Apparently Gordon Brown lives somewhere here as well!
our big day had finally arrived. We left the BB in rather a hurry after an issue with the drivers seat. did however enjoy our fist cooked Scottish breakfast. YUM The morning was "moist" and unbeknown to us we were right in the Glen off Nevis already.After careful consultation with the ranger and in consideration of the weather started our ascent with proposal we would not have time to Reach the summit. The walk started challenging with deep rock steps mostly uneven ...
... meet up with Tyson and his friend Leyre who had been living in Edinburgh for the last 6 months. We also met up with Bec who I met on my Busabout tour. Leyre showed us to a pub called the "Three Sisters", where we had a beer and a chat as well as a few nibbles as we were getting quite hungry at this stage. We moved on to a place called "Finnegan's Irish Pub", where drinks were less than 3 pounds each! After a few more drinks we headed to a kebab shop for some late dinner and ...
... stairs and your upper thighs catching on fire. Falling over always seems too likely, but the view always makes it worth while and after awhile, you get used to it going round and round and round in a tight circle for several minutes.
Of course, the view was lovely. It was nothing like the view from the top of Holyrood, but Holyrood didn't have interesting architecture twisting over your head. I could only manage to climb two sets (out of four) of stairs. Lots and lots of ...
... and were once again back in UK. It was certainly warmer here than it was in Spain when we left.After about a hour standing waiting for customs to release us Andy and I said goodbye and we both headed off in opposite directions.That night I stayed in Portsmouth with my cousin and the next night it was with my sister in Worthing, Sussex.I was still almost 500 miles from home and the dreaded long journey up through Britain was still to be done!! If ...