Travelodge Perth A9
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Much to Ryan's pleasure our B&B host assisted him in completing a three point turn out of her extremely cramped backyard and then we were on our way to the "Whisky Trail" for a distillery tour...which Ryan needed after getting backing up instructions from an eccentric old scottish lady. We drove through much more lush landscape and made our way to Pitlochry to tour the Eduadour scotch distillery. It is the smallest distillery ...
... our meanderings we came across some interesting street art where we took some fun photos.
We then found our way to the historic Salutation Hotel ('The Sally'), which I had discovered on my last visit. It looks quite shabby from the outside but very pleasant on the inside and treated us to a really nice and quite reasonably-priced meal. It's obviously popular with older and seemingly reasonably well-off locals. While there I did a bit ...
... or simply closed for winter and so I plodded on along looking for anywhere to stay and finally found a wonderful little private hotel right on the seafront.
It was now well dark and a biting cold wind was blowing off the sea. All I wanted was a nice hot shower and my bed!!
It had been an extremely easy day of riding and I found the Tenere to be comfy and nice sitting position.
Tomorrow's plan is to go and explore this island and ride the TT race track of the ...
... castle! She was promised a go later and we managed to encourage her to go and see some of the events - we watched dogs fetch retrieves in the scurry which was really fun as some were quite good but some were really bad and their owners had to virually show them where to go! It was just for beginners so you have to start somewhere. Then we saw the clay pigeon shooting and some reindeer and ...
... but I only stayed ten minutes due to the 50 mph winds! This place was beautiful and very appropriate for such a warrior.
We dropped by the bridge William Wallace stopped the British at and took a few pictures. The bridge that's there now actually was built by Robert the Bruce but the wood bridge stood on the same ground.
It was definitely William Wallace Day for the Washburn's! ...