Travelodge Stirling M80
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... location for an unobstructed view of a sunny Scottish day. Great food and a cool breeze to keep things from getting too warm. Becca's corner: grilled haddock with Scottish/Cajun spices, lemon sponge cake for dessert The Kiltanator: the statue of King George who traveled from England to Scotland hundreds of years ago as a goodwill tour amongst his subjects. He was a vera-vera large ...
... and we were led to what seemed the only empty table! The Scots don't keep Spanish hours! Anyway, we had a fabulous tapas meal, with Rioja. Weird to have such a wonderful Spanish experience in Edinburgh, but there you go, it happened. As we walked back we realised that the streets were wet, so it must have rained as we were in tapas mode, but no sign of it now, and very mild temperature. Gill said we had bewitched ...
... al of us we had the haggis nachos, melted Camembert with chutney, venison pie, chicken pie and steak pie. They were out of this world good. Everything was so fresh and filling. Hoping the rain had settled we decided to go check out some of the craft tents on our way back to old town. We hit a small fair at Andrews courtyard that was ok, of course they had their own beer tent. That followed by another series of tents past the Scottish gallery. They had the same type of crafty items. ...
... sea before we arrive at Le Havre, France. Unfortunately we also lost an hour last night, so the ship’s time will match the time in France tomorrow. We will get it back during our return to Southampton. We traveled through the oil fields of the North Sea on our way back to the English Channel. We have seen many, many platforms and a few ships (freighters and ferries) along the way.
Tomorrow: We visit the D-Day beaches in ...
... the view I walked back down again and waited at the bus stop for the next bus to come along. I got on and then in about 5 minutes it was finished so I had to get off, which I didn't mind because along the way back to the end we drove past Carlton Hill which is where I wanted to go so I knew the way from being on he bus and just went to the hill. I had to climb another hill but it wasn't even that big, a few steps but the views up there were awesome too. There were monuments up there ...