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... it was trying very hard to fine up and we actually had splashes of sunshine along the course of the cruise.
A somewhat comedic commentary about some of the landmarks was matched by the Captain of the vessel's more matter of fact descriptions. A castle here, a stately residence there, one now converted to a Hotel with a grandiose boathouse that is now a honeymoon suite!
The cruiser moored at the northern ...
... confusing because my ...
The next leg of our journey was Inverness and Loch Ness. Unfortunately for us, Nessie did not emerge from the murky depths. We did, however, view the ruined Urquhart Castle on the shores of Loch Ness. We just never seem to tire of castles and we managed to have this one a mostly to ourselves before the hordes of tour buses arrived. The battlefield of Culloden was our next stop, where in 1746 Bonnie Prince Charlie's Highland army was defeated by the ...
... and is lined with crooked Medieval "highrises" to give a sense of the past.
Are you in Edinburgh? EAT HERE: Storytelling Café, The best soup I have ever enjoyed, plus salads, sandwiches, pastries. All from freshest local ingredients. It’s connected to John Knox House and such a quiet (and tasty!) respite from a day of touring!
As the home of the reigning monarch ...
... in the fog transpired), but alas, way too much fog still! One day Es, one day.
On the last day of 2010 we started with another yummy brekkie at the Guest House. We left the car behind and walked toward the Royal Mile again and this time headed a bit south to see the Parliament building, then all the way north to see Edinburgh Castle. This site was way busier than Stirling (we didn’t go in), but also had great views of the surrounding area. We checked out 'The ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking