Address: Badabrie, Fort William, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH33 7LX, United Kingdom | B&B
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      A day in Fort William

      A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Jul 16, 2014

      16 photos

      ... production during winter, and Barley production takes out two summer months (or was it Rye? Whichever, it is grown on the border) with no production, we were able to explore inside with a tour guide and experienced all the rich smells that come from the if fervent stages. When taking the whiskey from the big tanks, they extract the head, and the tail and keep the 'heart' for real whiskey. ...

      Looking for Harry Potter

      A travel blog entry by rossport on Sep 13, 2013

      8 comments, 18 photos

      ... train as it went over the viaduct, the Midges were having a feild day with nancy and the other i am wondering if Stewart wears any thing as they did not worry him all the others were swatting or swiping away and he was standing there looking at them as if they had an infliction or something, all of a sudden there was this whistle and bingo this train appear puff and chugging across the viaduct every one jumped up and went ohh ahhh and took their photo's next thing you know it ...

      Staying for awhile

      A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Jun 25, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... but I want it to be the right one.

      Tomorrow I'll stay here and hope to climb Ben Nevis, the tallest peak in Britian. It is 4,409 ft. It all depends on the weather. It's supposed to get warmer and sunnier, however, it hasn't held true so far. My other option is to take the steam train to the coast. That's on my list of things to do and may be a dry alternative to the mountain. I can't decide if I want to stay until Thursday or not. That was my ...

      "Survivor UK"

      A travel blog entry by jbushie on Oct 10, 2012

      12 photos

      ... rescued every year and there are regular fatalities in an environment where the climate can change rapidly. So l am apprehensive about Ian's venture... By himself. With minimal mountain gear. And only Mars bars packed! It goes against everything we teach Scouts about hiking! But this morning is another blue sky day, despite the car's thermometer registering 2°C. We drop him at the base carpark, check phone connections, ask for any ...

      Auld Lang Syne

      A travel blog entry by kec100 on Jul 31, 2011

      38 photos

      ... to the Yorkies. Mrs. Yorkie noted riley that we had been able to see Kinlochleven for hours before we actually got to it. Yeah… I had noticed that too.

      At this point, I took a half-mile out-and-back side trip to visit an ancient, vitrified stone fort. C’mon! It’s a fort! And it’s vitrified! Who can pass that up?! Well. Kudos to the archaeologist who figured that was a fort. It looked to me like a completely natural scattering ...