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... swag for Ryan we headed through town to see the ancient cathedral, the castle and walk along the pier (where I apparently became obsessed with trying to take a picture of a crane, there are at least 5 photos supporting this theory). We saw a coffee shop that had a sign that stated "where Kate meet Wills for coffee" and had the brain wave that it was at school in St. Andrew's where Prince William and ...
... Perth in the late afternoon and after checking in and offloading at our B 'n B, welcomed by the friendly owners, Maggie and Rob, we took a drive into Perth proper. We parked the car downtown and then took a walk alongside the river and onto 'the Inch' before making our way back into town via the Perth Theatre. We were by this time all famished and badly needed to find a place to eat.
The streets of downtown Perth were all quite deserted ...
... the bike is not as narrow as normal. After about 3 or 4 miles the traffic begins to move again and one wonders what caused all this jam in the first place. There is no sign of an accident or anything!!
I take the off ramp at junction 35 and head on through Carnforth and the seaside town of Morecambe. It’s a nice slow drive taking in these lovely towns etc but with all the traffic I would rather be at the port than crawling along following slow cars.
Hello everyone - Lauren here - We have had difficulty accessing the internet in the last few days so we are a bit behind - sorry. I will also have to add the photos later as I am at an internet cafe in Skye.
Last Friday we went to the Scottish Game Fair at Scone Palace with Aunty Mandy and Uncle Bill. It was a long walk from the car park to the fair and on the way in Alice spotted ...
... wine. Heaven. And then some microwaveable toffee cake things for dessert.
The second day we went out to the William Wallace Monument just outside of Stirling. It was really neat. It's reminiscent of a cathedral tower, but the top is open to the sky and there's only one tiny winding spiral staircase up the corner. There's three levels (not including the top) each dedicated to different topics. The first level ...