Craigside Lodge Guesthouse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... because it is closing this evening for two weeks while it is refurbished The ground floor of the museum concentrates on the geology of the area plus some information on the first Highlanders from the Mesolithic Age to the Bronze Age.
The first floor of the museum covers the history of Inverness and surrounds from the Jacobites to the 20th century and was very well done. Also on this floor was an temporary exhibition of a Kinetic ...
... s history. The current castle is only just over 100 years old. The original castle used to belong to the Mackenzie clan, but it was destroyed during the Jacobite war. Fast forward a few centuries, and the MacCrae clan purchased the castle. The MacCrae clan was actually the bodyguards of the Mackenzie clan who originally owned the castle, so it was kind of neat that it stayed in the "family." The MacCrae family built a beautiful castle, and ...
... the clans are in a huge fight, and it is all my fault!" The faery thought that was a big problem. He said to go and dunk her face in the river for seven seconds. He said it would restore her beauty, but not only that. It would give her eternal beauty. She did. Then she was about to return, but married the manservant instead. What we did today was just drive along, but at one of the stops we got off and went to the same river were the girl smashed her ...
... the Britannia was out of the question and we nipped into the National Gallery for a quick look. As usual it was stunning so we'll have to come back for a proper look.
Decided to walk (half an hour plus) to visit the Cramond Inn where we had the usual delicious local bitter and a glass of La Mancha (semi dry white). Our mistake was to order food. Should have known better. Kathy's Greek salad was OK but Peter's fish and chips turned out to be half a whale and ...
... be left alone!?
The train arrives and we manage to get on only to be confronted, yet again, with the incredible human condition of indifference. Two young lads, about nineteen years old, tanned, handsome, sporting identical work shirts for Scottish Hydro; either side of a four-seater table, both with their feet up, one ear-phone in; just exuding I-don’t-give-a-damn-ness. The woman is begging, between little jumps of pain, for them ...