Dionard Guest House
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... We then were able to book the rest of the tee times for the rest of the week! So exciting :) We had decided that we were going to keep our 7pm dinner reservation but only have dessert! Dinner plans were to snack on the groceries we had bought earlier. After dessert, we planned our route for tomorrow, a non-golf day and travel day to St Andrews. We are now laying back, relaxing, letting the wine chill, and watching the Masters' last ...
... We boarded our small little plane and were headed to Raleigh. We landed and there was Dad AND CJ waiting for our. Apparently they were here last night too, for practice, just kidding, dad read the calendar wrong and thought we were landing Monday, oh well, it was nice to see them. We were finally home from our long trip and came home to two very excited doggys. ...
... The first real town stop was in Pitlochry, some really nice small houses and scenery, then we went to the Queens View, photos don't really do the scenery justice.
Inverness was a smaller city but it still had a small castle and good views, we spent the night there and then started our journey back.
On the way back we passed by ...
... a little back road to get back to the ,toor way and it is amazing the villages and little places tucked away from sight. Nothing eventful happened from here apart from our Navman sent us back up the motorway for 9kms in the wrong direction because it got the roads wrong! Arrived at The Lee's at 6pm and got settled in and Janette made a yummy dinner of chilli and rice. Very nice to see them and they had heaps of suggestions to fill our next two ...
... additions in later centuries. Originally a property of the Clan Calder, it passed to the Campbells in the 16th century. It remains in Campbell ownership, and is now home to the Dowager Countess Cawdor, stepmother of Colin Campbell, 7th Earl Cawdor. The castle is perhaps best known for its literary connection to William Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth, in which the title character is made "Thane of Cawdor". However, the story is highly fictionalized, and the castle ...