The Lake of Menteith Hotel
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Our last night in Edinburgh, late night shopping night, and the Christmas Markets were alive, with ...
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And the next afternoon I drove the 4.5 hours to Spokane.
I forgot how much I really like driving. Especially alone. It's relaxing. I can listen to the music I want to, set the temperature how I like it (music loud, A/C on but on low, and windows down).
And after being out of the country for almost two months, traveling to a new city on an average of every 5 days, I arrived in the town where I grew up.
... we too had been there just two months earlier, it was amazing to see how Mother Nature changes her canvass. The pockets of snow and been replaced with carpets of bluebells, their vibrant colours shimmering off up into the woodland. The mountains too had replaced their icy summits and the scenery took on a whole different look as the sun broke through the cloud. With 28 miles to cover in the day and a check-in curfew at the Youth Hostel of 6pm, we decided that ...
After some last minute packing, which entailed Annemarie and Willie re-distributing the weight in my backpack for me because I hadn’t even had a run through with it yet and it was way off balance, Dad dropped Raymie and I off at Glasgow International Airport,
It was kind of Raymie to come out with me and keep the nerves at bay as I think it just dawned on me what I was actually doing!
I had quit my job at ...
Next stop – Inchmahome Priory [ISA 11.10] where Mary Queen of Scots holed up for a while as a child. The ruins of the Priory are on an island in the middle of the Lake of Menteith – the only 'lake' in Scotland apparently due to an error during the instructing of a Dutch cartographer in the 1700’s. I don’t know if he ever got paid.
The National Trust for Scotland run an ...