Bonsyde House Hotel
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... we went for a long walk around the site. We weren't too sure what we were actually looking at. It ended up being an old castle ruins. - Stirling castle: We went back into Stirling to visit the castle. Luckily, we found free parking! We flashed our Scottish Heritage papers and went in to explore. It was huge! When we finished seeing the castle we went for a walk around the old market streets ...
... coastal roads.
Many of them were single track and in spite of being the height of
tourist season, were still relatively untraveled. I think this has to have been my favourite
journey of all and many stops were made for picture taking. The third trip, taken this week, was by
train to Inverness and back to Skye.
This was a completely different experience as the train doesn’t always
follow the roads but cuts ...
... play for a while to see if he could play it, and Lyle and I wandered round the rest of the shop. After a while of playing, we left to go get some lunch while he thought about it. We were a little disappointed in the sound and the feel of it after all, and although it was possible to play it like a guitar, it didn't really get much depth and dynamics to it... So we went to a place down the road called Voodoo Bar, which was an American style alternative bar. We got some food there - ...
... pm and back in Linlithgow in 20 minutes. Boy is the public transport really good. Don't feel such a novice now when we use it. Funny how quickly you clue into what is done.
When we got back Mervyn went out with Rob to get his farm fix for the day. Had to fit that in. Next we are heading North and will decide as we go where we will stop. Have an accomodation guide and Emily our trusty GPS and off we will go. Will keep you posted.
... experienced Scotland outside of a city and the natural beauty of the countryside was awe inspiring! In some ways it reminded me of Alberta, the land changed from an open plain to an expanse of hilly slopes to the impressive Coullin mountains! And the colors... Amazing! Photos just can't to it justice! Our next stop was the battlefield of Culloden where the last battle ever fought in the highlands was held, the final event of the Jacobite Rebellion. The English defeated the ...