Victoria Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... After a quick stop for tea and coffee, the bus was making its way down winding roads with gigantic hills on either side. I stared at all the lush green woodlands atop these hills and wondered if anyone was in there….camping….hiking̷ 0;lost? The clouds had a way of wrapping themselves around the middle of the hills, almost like a ribbon. It was as if the hills had some sort of pull for the clouds that made them hover in that exact spot. Maybe it was like ...
Wednesday 20 th August. We have been really lucky with the weather here in Edinburgh. It has been very wet before we came but apart from late afternoon showers it has been fine. It is nice in the sun but the wind is cold, you do have to wrap up. At the back of our apartment we can just see the Edinburgh Castle. It is pretty amazing, really high up built on rocks.Today I had to get up early to go on a bus tour that went from 8:00am to 6:00pm. we went to Stirling ...
... are unbelievable! Anything you want, you can surely find one as Nessy the monster. Any yes, I did buy a trashy key ring!!
We then drove to the actual lake to look for something….anything.
Interesting though, the Loch is the largest and deepest Loch (lake) in the UK, 235 m deep, it can fit ever human in the world 3 times over! Although we didn’t see any heads or tails sticking out of the water, we did see some unusual ripples ...
... famous for the burial place of Robert the Bruce's heart. Finally we were headed for Edinburgh and our place of stay for 2 nights. Time to catch up on some washing and reorganise our cases. We are booked into a Private Hotel a little out of the city but on a bus route. The room is great and the bathroom almost as big as the bedroom last night. After dinner downstairs we retired to catch-up on our housekeeping chores - washing and diary ...
... just in case) and walked around the corner (all of 3 mins) to feed the 'wildlife' - well the swans, ducky-wucks (well that's what Murdoch and I called them). I tried not to feed the pigeons and gulls. Oh and there was a sign to say white bread was bad for nutritional value - wholemeal and grains preferred... next time.
I sat on a bench and closed my eyes and enjoyed some VitD! And all of those whom really know me - I avoid the sun at all costs... Now, I try and ...