Tigh Na Cheo Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... if issue that so many old churches have to contend with. Of course it has to be done and it's a heritage listed building and it's a city icon but the scaffolding alone will cost £35,000 even before the 'artisans' get to work. The reality is that one problem uncovers another and so it is here. The type of busking is appropriate don't you think? Hope you enjoy the ...
5/9/2014. Friday We have just reached Oban. This is a very pretty little town. We left the hotel rather earlier than needed- that's me being anxious to not miss the train! We had to sit at the station & watch the board saying which trains were going for ...
... It was a beautiful place, with most of the rhododendrons done blooming but other trees and shrubs, and a few duck families that didn't seem very wild. One duckling came up to Dan on the path and pecked at the hand he offered...think they might be well-fed there.
The towering, rugged-looking mountains above us were impressive. We marveled at them and had to take a brief stop so Dan could get a better look and some pictures. It was too bad the ...
... I began making the long slow descent to Kinlochleven a group of guys overtook me and kindly offered to take my picture. We chatted for a few minutes and then they hurtled down the hill. After that there was silence. I stopped to put another layer on and was very surprised to find myself alone on top of a ridge in the Highlands of Scotland. I have no idea where all the other walkers went! There had been around 30 people spread out down the path and suddenly there was no-one. I can ...
... bike and do the trail. I'm way too old and sensible to do downhill mountain biking though, not a big fan of flying over handle bars into rocks. Back to the car and along the loch to the beginning of Glen Coe. I'm not sure if it's one word or two, I keep seeing both versions. Glen Coe is famous for being the site of a massacre of one lot of Scots by another lot of Scots. Seems the Scots don't mind a fight and if the English won't put up then they'll have a go at ...