Clunebeg Lodge Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... guides. The wind was blustery and cold but the information in the audio guide was very informative and we enjoyed the walk.
This morning (Thursday) we went into Inverness to have a look around. Inverness city centre is, for the most part, very drab and the sandstone buildings are very dirty looking. We found the tourist information centre and, armed with maps, we went to the Museum and Art Gallery. We were very pleased that we ...
... antique furniture and hundreds of years of collected art, including very nice modern paintings. A stroll in the formal gardens did not include a walk through the hedge maze--it's closed to visitors. The remainder of the garden is beautifully laid out and contains modern sculptured fountains surrounded by carefully tended plantings and luxuriant herbaceous borders alive with bees and birds. . Just a few miles away is Culloden Battlefield, site in 1745 of ...
... and right enough, her bags had been concealing presents and a cake big enough to feed, oh, the entire TA..or perhaps just one of me) and yes, someone will be there to meet her at Aberdeen train station. Phew, well at least she won’t be alone.
“Oh, that’s nice. Who’s coming to meet you?”
“I’ve called a taxi.” Oh. No, no, no. How on earth can this woman who can’t walk, can barely ...
... but these were mostly explained in terms of a temperature inversion due to surface heating and various other natural phenomena.
One of the final problems of having a large monster in the loch is that the food chain is so impoverished (due to the lack of nutrients and limited light penetration) that there are only about 20 tons of salmon and trout in the whole loch, and this isn’t sufficient to support any carnivorous creature bigger than the large sturgeon ...
... a bottle of “Latitude Pilsner” which is made in the Orkney Islands. This time around Nick had the Cullen Skink while I had a smoked salmon salad. We finished our beers and ordered a bottle of the French Sav from last night which went with the fish so well. For our mains we both had lovely Sea bass and Chorizo salad which was lovely, and Nick had date pudding with pistachio icecream and I had a berry crumble for dessert. It was another really great day.