Amanda Wimberley House

Address: 1 Wimberley Way, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV2 3XJ, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Inverness


A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Oct 22, 2015

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... because it is closing this evening for two weeks while it is refurbished The ground floor of the museum concentrates on the geology of the area plus some information on the first Highlanders from the Mesolithic Age to the Bronze Age.

The first floor of the museum covers the history of Inverness and surrounds from the Jacobites to the 20th century and was very well done. Also on this floor was an temporary exhibition of a Kinetic ...

The Highlands & Beyond

A travel blog entry by eurotrekker01 on Sep 25, 2015

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... purposes. The site was used continuously for over 1,000 years and was originally used both as a burial ground and as some sort of celestial marker as the passage graves are aligned to the winter solstice. There are forty-five other cairns in the Inverness-Nairn valley which form a definite pattern corresponding to the planets.

We pretty well had the place to ourselves except for a few people wandering around and I certainly felt some type ...

The hunt for Nessie the Loch Ness Monster

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Aug 11, 2014

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As everyone does when they pass by Loch Ness we kept our eyes open, just in case we saw Nessie, sadly we saw no trace of anything. The promise that we may be fortunate was destroyed when we went to the Nessy centre. You would think that they would want to perpetuate the mystery of the monster as it brings in many tourists and lots of money, not to mention the Nessie memorabilia sold in the shop ...

Day Four

A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 25, 2014

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... was ridiculously offensive and I marveled at how it didn’t seem to bother men that were attending the game with their small children.  My favourite line though was when one of the fans shouted at a ref, "Come on man, take some responsibility!"  Imagine this with a very thick Scottish accent! Don bought some steak, Scotch, and haggis pies and we ate a bit at halftime.  The game finished in a 1-1 draw and we gave our students the chance to visit the ...

The Woman on the Platform

A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Oct 09, 2013

... to a tragic death, she literally drags herself up the flaky green banister, one shaky hand over the other.

By the time she collapses onto the bench facing the train lines, I've ascertained that she has painkillers, no; she hasn’t taken them today and in fact; after a thorough bag search, she has forgotten to even take them with her. This is her first day out of the house in three weeks, she's headed to Aberdeen for a ...

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