Carbisdale B & B
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... got 80
and counted all the way down. But I lost count so I had to go back up.
And there was a staff up there and he said he would not tell me.
But I said 80 and he put his thumbs up and I was right.
It is the end of Scotland. I loved Scotland, Loch Ness lake, highland cows and the snow.
Scotland was the best country so far.
I liked the Scotland people how they talk and wear the ...
... in the heated pool and a sweat in the sauna.
What a fantastic day!
There is nothing better than to hear the beautiful sounds, laughter and squeals of child wonder and innocence.
Nearby Urquhart Castle was a beautiful ruin with a spectacular spot on Loch Ness.
More interesting history and fun, as the kids tried to play hide and seek with us ...
... pool and went in the sauna and steam room. It was
such a good day.
Today we went to Urquhart castle. It is a castle just beside Loch Ness lake. It was owned by a different groups of people like the highlanders and English, and the Jacobites wanted it but instead they blew it up so no one could own it again.
And I was running around playing hide and seek with my parents. And we bought some swords for ...
... blew a terrific gale, Which made their hearts for to quail, And many of the passengers with fear did say— “I hope God will send us safe across the Bridge of Tay.” But when the train came near to Wormit Bay, Boreas he did loud and angry bray, And shook the central girders of the Bridge of Tay On the last Sabbath day of 1879, Which will be remember’d for a very long time. So the train sped on with all its might, And ...
We joined Suzan Czoschke once again on a tour she had arranged for this port with Hugh Allison of Inverness Day Tours. We headed right out into the countryside from Invergordon toward our first destination: Loch Ness. On the way we made a short stop in Beauly (meaning "beautiful place") to see the Priory ruins. There in the graveyard, we also saw what is thought to be the oldest elm in the UK. Elms are associated with death – ...