Inchnadamph Lodge B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fish and chip shop of note there, and we found it easily, but decided against waiting in the queue stretching through the door and down the footpath when the rain started to fall. Didn't deter the queue at all so it must be damn fine fish and chips! Plenty of other wonderful dining options along the main street and we settled for The Jam Jar Restaurant, where we enjoyed haddock, tatties, quinoa salad and chocolate mousse with ...
... of his parking lot by these gates, and, sounding amused, he opened the gates for us, and we made our escape!
Home to the Willy Wallace hostel and a glass of wine, while I continued on my next read-through of Book Four, Westering Home. I didn't get beyond a scene or two, as I was both knackered and jaded, as my Irish in-laws would say. I collapsed in bed before 9:15 and slept more soundly than I have in weeks.
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... breath for the whole of breakfast. Matthew thoroughly enjoyed the banter...*cheeky grin*. After packing lunch we began our journey on the M6. The countryside became increasingly picturesque. The snow began to fall as we passed through Lake District. We arrived in Stirling at around 3pm, the Munro guest house awaited us. We in the midst of a very old World village surrounded by snow ...
... ourselves to the dominion of the English. For
it is not for glory, it is not riches, neither is it honours, but it is for freedom, for that
alone that we fight and contend for, which no honest man will lose but with his
Next on the list was a trip down memory lane for Alison, dragging the yawning family in tow. Revisiting the university and various places of abode within was weird, with memories unfolding at every corner. Geddes is ...
... spend me!" Bought myself a rather ostentatious necklace ( big and sparkly!) some make up and a boomerang. Found another cafe to have a spot of grog and more wifi then headed on down Collins street through the underground at the train station ( directions from another really friendly Aussie couple) then over the bridge to the riverside where I stopped for a refreshing vodka and coke ( was missing my lunchtime aperitif) watched the world go by, chatted to 3 girls at the next table ...