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... and at least 3 others I can't remember the name of. The courses are surrounded by beautiful old buildings on one side and the crashing waves of the sea on the other. Another area that seemed interesting was the ladies putting green "The HImalyans" where each mature lady was escorted by a mature gentleman while she sought to hit the pin. After a thorough examination of the golf course and maybe a little ...
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There were pictures of the Royal Family on board, including Charles and Diana on their honeymoon!
Unfortunately, the yacht was decommissioned in 1997 as the cost of refitting was too great. The history and tradition of Royal Yachting goes back to the 1660's, but at this time, there is no plan to replace the ...
... day and we got a nice impression of Inverness but not knowing our way around and with no fixed plan or directions we got a bit snarled up and found ourselves in the outskirts of the dockyard area before trying to find our way to the Castle which was sas on a prominent hillside and which we thought could be worth a visit. But, parking was a problem and we were also getting irritated with ourselves trying to find our way around so we decided to ...
... hills and miles of stone walls and picturesque valleys! It really is one of the most amazing places to visit and an absolute must if you ate visiting the UK! We wound our way through countryside and into Scotland till we reached Gretna Green, where apparently during the war, lots of couples wanting to take advantage of Scotland's more liberal age restrictions on marriage, came to elope and tie the knot! All the tourist buses stop here and we found it awfully tacky and cheap! There ...
... towards the environs of Edinburgh but firstly we had to negotiate the Pentland Hills. From West Linton there is an old Drove Road via a farm in Wakefield, (have we walked in a big circle back to Yorkshire?) via Cauldstane Slap to Harperrig Reservoir. The views were stunning across the barren moorland it's hard to believe that we are only 15 miles from Edinburgh and its conurbation. After having lunch and meeting Chris at the Reservoir, we ...