The Coachman Hotel & Restaurant
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... capital of Scotland, where for hundreds of years Scottish monarchs were crowned at nearby Scone Palace. South of Perth we drove past Loch Leven, where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned by her Protestant nobles, before escaping to England where she was eventually executed by her cousin Elizabeth I. Then it was over the famous Forth Bridge before returning to Edinburgh at 8. We had a quick bit to eat in the city, then caught the tram back to the hotel after a very interesting ...
Started the day at the Falkirk Wheel. Walked up a hill through a shrub track into an open field containing the trenches from the Antonine Wall. Trees lined either side of the field, looked just like a Jane Austen novel! There were cute streams and shaded walkways. Continued on the walk along the canals. It was quite warm. I saw baby ...
Some may say we've jinxed our way through the US - we were just out of Washington DC when the dreadful Naval Base shooting happened; just missed the Colorado flood disaster and flew home just before it looks like the US Government is shutting up shop!! We had our own wee misfortunes wrapped up with what was a fantastic trip - mainly centred around our air travel plans. United Airlines whacked us with delays at the very start of the trip ...
... there. With a bit f panic in our voices we start to walk to customer service, when a gentleman tells us there are two bags rolling around in a different carousel . We rush over and there. Our bags! Crises averted. We caught a cab to a Marriott as its close to the airport, The room is nice , we are exhausted , tomorrow we go to the Dalhouse castle. Good nite. ...
... revenge seeking woman was not going to shift on her request despite being challenged that a passenger directly next to her had just checked in a much heavier bag.
We all made it through check-in and made our way through security, with the usual occasional bleep and frisk needed to let us all pass. The group then had around 40 mines to wander round the shops and buy some food or drinks. Time to board the plane now – see you in ...