Arbour Guest House
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... but tragic tale, as the Campbells took advantage of the ancient tradition of highland hospitality to massacre their hosts the MacDonalds as they slept one night. To this day, there is a major hotel in Glencoe that still refuses service and rooms to persons with the surname of Campbell. There is a sign above their front door very clearly saying 'NO HAWKERS OR CAMPBELLS", and they stick to it. Tonight we ...
Called Josh and Mum and Maddy in morning Packed for weekend trip Caught bus to airport and hired car. Drove to Glencoe, took about 3.5 hours, scenery was amazing and it got more and more snowy as we went along until there was snow absolutely everywhere. ...
... good and a few places to stay on the island. Most of the passengers set out for the abbey and historic sites nearby. St. Columba, a 6th century Irish royal and scribe, came to Iona in exile, repentant for many lives lost over his copyright battle of a book he had copied and refused to hand over. Here he helped to start Christianity in Scotland, and the beautiful Book of Kells was probably produced by the monks in the Iona Abbey around 800 ...
... special, but first we went to see the prison and the town it is a cute little town again on the coast line, we wandered the main street with all its shops and cafe's till we got to the prison and paid to go in. The prison was good to see and the conditions some of them lived in was not too bad others it was terrible and the number of Deportee's to oz for such minor crimes was amazing,
We went and had some lunch and as the weather was still holding decided to ...
... reserves of land that are free of these pests as well as the evasive plants and trees that have been brought over. Then we headed out to the other side of town and up to Observation Point, a beautiful spot high above the backside of town that overlooks the protected water canal they have also created from fishermen as well as some of the untouched neighboring islands. Great tour, really cool to hear the history and folk stories of the Maori people who were first established on ...