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... a prison in the 1600s. Reached Ullapool, where we had lunch in the ferry car park. There are regular ferries to the Orkney Islands - next time. We reached Corrieshalloch Gorge (Ugly Hollow) a canyon 18 metres wide and 61 metres deep, where the Measach Falls tumble 46 metres down the gorge and the Victorian Suspension Bridge built in 1867 wobbles as you cross it! Then ...
... Olive and Harry, who you met in the Glasgow entry provided more interesting info about the models used for the Kelpies, thanks to their daughter Heather -
"Heather wanted me to tell you about the 'models'. The one with head down is Baron - now retired and with arthritis. The other is Duke. They are owned by Glasgow City Council and are kept in Pollock Park. Every 6 weeks, they can be ...
... to take pictures and admire the views. At each stop was other rabbies tour busses also on the way to Loch ness. We also made a stop at Slate town for a toilet break.
Soon we arrived in Loch ness. There was time for a quick walk before we went on an optional cruise. I ate my lunch, walked around the town, had a look at some souviners and then headed over to the ship/ boat. This tour only got us to Loch ness, but gave the option of doing a lake cruise as well as the time ...
... Markinch, Dunkeld, Blair Atholl, and Pitlochry. The next morning, we joined our awesome tour group for a great day of sightseeing! We spent the day gradually making our way northwest to Ullapool, the port where we caught our ferry to Lewis and Harris that evening.
First stop of the day? Glen Ord Distillery, of course! On the edge of the Black Isle, they work magic to create my new favorite, wonderfully sweet ...
... 8217;t stop, but I am so glad I did. I knew nothing except that it was the largest in Scotland. It is in absolutely immaculate condition, large numbers of rooms are open to the public on various floors and the furnishings and ornateness of the ceilings, friezes etc is staggering. It belongs to the Dukes of Sutherland so of course their family portraits are everywhere. Tapestries about 3 metres long adorn the walls of most rooms and they are exquisitely made. ...