Parkhill Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... water pressure and amazing hot water! And the towels! Huge towels! And heated floors! We felt so much better after those showers haha. We then made our way towards Inverness to Tesco's for some groceries and a bit of clothes for me to hold me over until tomorrow. When we got back to the hotel, we found out that my bag had been delivered in St Andrews, but most importantly, that we had secured a tee time at the Old Course for ...
... We also went past Lochness and tried to spot the monster, but it was a bit shy and didn't come out for us. But I did end up buying a monster. Our challenge in Inverness was finding our B&B but eventually got it. We walked in and was greeted by Susan the owner and gave us the rules. There were two rooms so mum and dad had one and Mikaela and i shared. We then ...
... the way home on the 7 hour flight we were all next to each other, of course we did little communicated and indulged ourselves in movies, reading and sleeping. There was about a 30 minute delay but luckily it didn't effect our next flight. We landed in Toronto and wasted about 20 minutes with customs trying to figure out was going on. But we got through and made it to ...
... the cruises, the boats send down sonar waves to see if it hits anything dense which might be the monster. We also got to visit a gorge, where we crossed a suspension bridge. It was almost like the rope bridge, and apparently only six people can go on it, and we never saw the sign until there were more than six people on. To celebrate someone's birthday on the bus, he brought little cookies and whisky. And ...
... in the 19th century and is used by government offices. It's opposite the Columba Hotel where we are staying high up on a cliff across the river Ness. It's really pretty. The hotel is old but nicely decorated in panelling. We have dinner in the restaurant and it is terrible. Garry says the soup is from a tin and the apple crumble was made in 1963. The breakfast was excellent so it redeemed itself. We had such a long drive yesterday so are really ...