Rab Ha's Hotel
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... Well, it was completely on the recommendation of our son Elliott who "accidentally" visited Iceland for four days during an extensive overseas trip last year. He was taken by the sheer beauty and natural attractions of the place and said that he would have stayed much longer if his itinerary had permitted.
We were picked up by a pre-arranged taxi as part of our tour arrangements and travelled from the airport at Keflavik to and our hotel ...
... taking us through the highlands and to Loch Ness! We drove past Loch Lomond as our tour guide told stories and sang along with some traditional scottish music. The highlands were truly incredible. Hills, lakes, and mountains for miles. We went for a little boat cruise on Loch Ness over to see the castle. Of course we were on the constant look out for Nessie! The best part of the trip was when we stopped to feed some hairy coos!! ...
... The building itself is a work of art, designed by the famous architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh - the Frank Lloyd Wright of Scotland. The tour was about an hour and given by one of the students at the school named Tara. The tour took us all over the school, highlighting the unique architectural features of the building, which were all designed by Mackintosh. Apparently he was a bit of a control freak. Mackintosh, famous for sporing a wicked moustache and designing unique and ...
... all hung out and ate pizza.
The next day I got to meet up with Paige and Patrick! He goes to St. Andrew's in Scotland, and she was doing a term abroad there. It was so nice to see a Carleton face. Lesley and I had breakfast with them, and Paige and I got kind of carried away with our Carleton nostalgia. Ironic, because she's going to be abroad AGAIN senior year (she already went abroad spring term last year.) I tried something called 'black pudding,' and nobody would ...