Castle View Guesthouse
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... slipped as I was mid-stride and I fell and slid on the mud on my right knee. But the view from the top was worth it all.
We then rode the bus some more to get to the next hostel near Loch Ness. We stopped at the lake for a few minutes. There, there was a man who, on his bucket list was to play the bagpipes in Lock Ness, it was a good show. Once at the hostel it was time for supper, chicken stuffed with haggis and mashed ...
... clean. We had time to visit the nearby Inverary Castle, which is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll and chief of the clan Campbell. It's certainly a real castle, with the dining room decorated with huge tapestries, specifically designed for the Duke. The gardens were impressive too, but the rain made it too unpleasant to explore it. Monday Today all of our travelling was along roads surrounded by hills, forrests amd lochs, making ...
... br> On the way back to Aviemore from Culloden we drove along the River Spey which runs through the Cairngorms Park and out to the North Sea. This is well known "whisky trail" where you can visit many distilleries for a tour and and taste. As it was a Sunday when they were closed we could only appreciate the views and distinctive distillery buildings!!
We sprinkled in some lovely walks and were were blessed with great weather.
... strange or simply a mis-judgement of their clientele, but Stirling Uni does not have any free wifi (other than in the central area) and there are no phone signal boosters out here. The reception I can get from my room is sporadic at best and completely incapable of data ever.
I can logon to the internet from my laptop via an ethernet VPN set up, and it is ok, but it means I have to sit in my room typing up these posts or doing emails. Making posting things on the ...
... information bureau where we purchased tickets for a Loch Ness tour. We boarded a coach driven by an extremely friendly guide and were driven to the loch, where we then boarded a boat that took us to Urquhart Castle.
We were left at the Castle for about an hour, and explored it and it's surrounds. Then we watched a 10 minute movie about the extensive history of the Castle before leaving again by boat and heading back to Inverness. ...