The Point Hotel Edinburgh
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Simple but clean. Maybe 2.5 Stars
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... the surrounding mountains. We arrived at Inverness at 12:00 and the GPS lady took straight to June Alexander's farm, where we found Erica, baby Malin and June waiting for us. June had made a mountain of delicious cakes, which we enjoyed over a cup of tea. June told us of the Australian Alexanders who have visited her over the years. It was interesting that both Scottish and Australian farmers have similar triumphs and tribulations. ...
... getting and they have gotten very good at the street stuff. We usually attract very big crowds. So it is just not that. It is being surrounded in an environment filled with weird people like you. Actors, Directors, Producers, Musicians, Poets, Singers. Everyone so passionate about their work and truly wanting you to like it.
We have a Korean group that performs just before us and I can say they are so much fun ...
... down to the cost road and through St Andrew from here you slow to around 20-30kmh and that it, wow its a slow run and once you have seen one small fishing village you really have seen them all. It took me an hour to go around 20km I couldn't get out of there fast enough, I hit the motorway and headed for Edinburgh. Found my hotel for the night and relaxed and got ready for the tattoo. The Edinburgh Military Tattoo This is one event that I was so glad ...
... this trip with me, because I wanted my souvenirs from this trip to be books and prints from every city I went to. Since I had no books I was dying to read one and, having not found a book shop in Edinburgh yet (aside from the childrens one), I jumped on this chance and we went inside. I wanted something truly Scottish, but I didn't feel like starting a Sir Walter Scott novel (a mammoth enterprise to undertake on the best of days). I settled for 'Murder On The Orient Express' by ...
We left Fort William after not climbing Ben Nevis yesterday - it was low fog down the base of BenNevis in the morning - but I was still keen to climb as the forecast was good for the afternoon but Tim wimped out so it turned into a day of reading ! So well rested we left to go to Edinburgh on the way to Newcastle- - so disaster 1- we forgot that the new first time used picnic table was folded up under the van incase it rained overnight . So ..... Thankfully oliver realized on our stop at ...