Macrae Guest House
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... castle. It is a castle put right next to the Loch Ness lake.
It started out rainy but then was sunny. We watched a film. It was about all the people who owned the castle.
We got into the castle it was sort of spread out.
Riley and I played hide and seek with Mum, Dad and Zara. We easily got spotted.
We did a quiz.
1 question was to count all the steps to the top. I ran up to the ...
I should not of gone in, I prefer the magic.
We got to see some Scottish highland cows. Big, hairy creatures they are. The kids tried to talk to them in their language. We got some stares from them and then they returned to eating.
On our way to York, we drove through the dramatic scenery of Glencoe. So eerie and grand and beautiful. I love ...
On our drive to our new stay we passed by a heap load of snowy mountains.
They had cows, not highland cows though and sheep. We saw the highland cows later.
This place just from the outside is amazing.
Here is the list of things it has to do - cricket but covered in snow, tennis court, indoor heated swimming pool and spa and sauna, GYM, giant checkers, play ground, back yard on the Loch Ness, soccer ...
... the girls a High 5 - as he greeted all the church goers leaving the service.
After a quick visit to the Castle built by the mean Earl Patrick Stewart, son of Robert, we then headed down the East leg of the Mainland Orkney, to catch the ferry across to John O'Groats, the northern tip of Mainland Scotland. The East leg, has relics from the 2 World Wars. The remains of War ships bombed in the harbour, to the impressive Churchill Barriers - ...
... stopped at Balnurnan of Clava which is a historic burial site from at least 4000 years ago they say from the pics (little short people). It was soooooo windy and freezing so we didnt stop for long but again amazing how something so old can still exist!! From the car park we got a great view of the Harry Potter bridge, Glen was rather excited about this! wingardium leviosa!!
The road home took us through the Grampian Mountains which were covered ...