Spean Bridge Hotel Fort William

Address: Spean Bridge, Spean Bridge, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH34 4ES, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Spean Bridge, Spean Bridge, is near Commando Monument.
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A travel blog entry by adventureingenu on Oct 24, 2015

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... as the boat passed, the steel sponge skies were squeezed and it began to rain. There was no way I was walking back seven miles in that, so I had a cuppa and called my personal cabbie, Nairn, who took me back into town. I met Nairn when he took me to my B&B from the station. He’s an interesting fellow, and was the driver for the many film crews throughout the years for many productions like Braveheart, Harry Potter, Outlander etc… His sons were all extras in Harry Potter! ...

A Long Day's Journey

A travel blog entry by amberandbobbi on Oct 06, 2015

... though, what began as the typical morning mist turned into actual rain. It began as just a drizzle but gradually got harder, prompting us to don our jackets and slip a rain cover over our backpack. It wasn't a downpour by any stretch but it was hard enough to get our boots wet and generally be annoying. We trudged along in the rain, passing the crumbling remains of several stone farmhouses marked as "dangerous buildings." Eventually the rain tapered off and we ...

Glencoe Day 2

A travel blog entry by cdonaldson on Jun 13, 2014

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... funny book aimed at people visiting Scotland, particularly the English. With nothing better to do, we took a circular drive around Loch Leven. This is a sea loch, opening into Loch Linnhe, which in turn opens to the Atlantic. As we drove around, we noticed a small bridge with a fairly spectacular waterfall. Took some pictures and a video, then I decided to climb the hill! Lyndall wisely opted not to. The path was steep, rocky and slippery in ...

Amsterdam to Scotland

A travel blog entry by kitchin on Sep 28, 2013

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... on the recommendation of friends we focused more on the Cairngorm National Park. We retraced some of our steps along one edge to Aviemore passed Lagan of 'Monarch of the Glen' fame. Our choice for the day was to take the Strathsprey steam railway from Aviemore to Broomill and back, only about 1 hour with stops to change the engine to the other end! Pleasant scenery and fun in a steam engine but not as stunning as earlier days. ...

Into the valleys

A travel blog entry by twovines on Jul 13, 2013

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... they stand today.

The landscape we view today was formed in the ice age. Massive glaciers and ice sheets flowed down the Glencoe valley to Loch Leven ripping out rocks and gouging out the U shaped valley that we have driven along. We stop at the Glencoe Visitor Centre on the way back and visit the exhibition which includes informative boards and film shows about the Glencoe ...