Amalfi Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we saw and by the time we got to the border we were in piles of it. We arrived into Edinburgh and checked into the apartment we booked for the next two nights. We were right in town and were able to walk around and find something nice for dinner. We spent the next day at the Castle where we battled the wind to stay on our feet. Deciding to head indoors we went to the Museum next before myself, Jessie and my mum did some retail therapy. We got some souvenirs ...
... visit the local police station to mKe a formal sighting report either. They seriously have a special equivalent Scottish Highland Police PD form for Nessie sightings!! We also took photos from a distance of Urquhart Castle which is right on the banks of the Loch and where many sightings occur. We stopped at a local town for some lunch and also participated in a Poundland Challenge. For the uninitiated, Poundland is a British cheap shop where ...
... area. Unsurprisingly, Ron has also managed to play a few rounds with some Royal Dornoch members he has met while we've been here.
While the golfers golf, Kara and I have discovered several beautiful walks in the area, walking to nearby villages of Embo, Golspie and Brora. As Kara is in training for the 100km Oxfam trail walk when she gets back to Australia, we've been doing 20km and ...
... Scottish film 'Angel's Share' (which we would end up watching shortly) and is a small authentic producer. Gary ended up knowing one of the worker's there so she kindly poured some taster's for myself and Lo and gave us the rundown on the place. We then headed off further inland passing through brilliant scenery, with Gary making a great tour guide as the born and bred local. He took us next to 'Shin Falls' to attempt to find salmon jumping up the falls. The local rivers ...
... excellent meal!
After a huge breakfast on Monday morning we started north, stopping at the Battlefield of Culloden on the way, so i could begin to understand the history of Scotland, which can be basically summed up by saying - lots of wars - mainly against the English.
Our exchange cottage is in Embo, a former fishing village and now a quiet beachside town about 5kms ...