Travelodge Perth A9
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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 ...
... of the relative hustle and bustle. Soon we were out of Inverness and on our way to Aviemore with the lovely views of the Cairngorns as a backdrop. We had a nice stop there where we bought a few curios at the local tourism office before enjoying a nice brunch at a pleasant local restaurant.
The Cairngorns are popular for skiing and other outdoor activities and we notice a lot of shops specialising in sportswear and related goods. We ...
... called cruise control lever!!
On long open motorways ones right hand can get extremely sore holding onto the throttle grip and so like my Transalp I’m going to fit a small handle onto the grip where I can simply lay my hand instead of needing to hold the grip tight all the time.
The dealer I’m heading for is the Honda dealer where I bought this bike from and as always a good chat and a nice hot cup of coffee was to be had.
On my way again and ...
... a fake wedding for all the tourists to photograph! Ugh! It was a grotty spot! We grabbed a drink and then hit the Motorway and headed for Loch Lomond, bypassing Glasgow and several other big towns before reaching the Loch. Very picturesque again and a very big lake but nowhere near as pretty as Windermere, so we took some photos and started to look for a hotel to stay at! Unfortunately there weren't many about and so we decided to push eastwards to Perth and stay there! It took a ...
... displays facts and historical data on William Wallace including his sword on display. OK - his sword! It was about as tall as me - 5' - OMG! The blade was used pretty good too. The second and third landings are just decorated resting spots and the final landing is actually the top. Once you reached the top it was well worth it. We were so high up - 220 feet! The pictures were ...