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Travel Blogs from Inverness
... and crossed a few of the passenger bridges to the other side of the city. It really is a beautiful city and it's cool to see a smaller city compared to Edinburgh. After our walk we headed back to the hostel and relaxed for the night! Sunday was spent mostly relaxing and trying to recuperate from our colds. We also walked around town and visited the castle on the one side of town, and we did some shopping and sightseeing in the main part of the city! Our last day in ...
... case that led to a cafe up top! We spent a long time there! We didn't find a book we wanted so we went to a different book store and spent a heap of time there as well, but ended up buying books! Today we are off to Glasgow in Scotland which is around 3 hours by train! It's a beautiful sunny day here with lots of blue sky, it's a nice change from rain! It's crazy we are almost done Scotland! Have a good ...
... We think it'll be funny to surprise the students with our dress-up time at the castle. We managed to take them without any students seeing us. Other than that, the castle was good to see but I definitely enjoyed Edinburgh Castle more. I found Stirling Castle a little too much like a museum, whereas Edinburgh seemed to be a better representation of how it would have looked in the past. We pulled up to our hotel for the evening in Gartmore, Scotland around 6:15 pm. I probably ...
... land reigns supreme Scottish history. The further north we drove, the more I felt that I were reaching some kind of Scottish holy grail, which was the wilderness itself.
I didn't spend nearly as much time as I would have liked here, but I still felt the calmness of the small town and it's lochs, as well as the immensity of it's castle that defined the skyline.
... to the new course. The museum was very interesting and would have liked to spend longer there.
On to Pitlochry and into the Highlands. A quaint little town where we wandered easily.
The Highlands are amazing with lots of rock, heather, scrubby grass and no trees. It's quite boggy in low areas with what appears to be moss and peat. There's very ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed