Aviemore Academy Hotel
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... slept most of the way! This means I missed the lochs at Fort Augustus, the lovely village of Glenormiston and a rare sighting of the Loch Ness monster. Too bad, I was tired. Our GPS kept telling us that The Royal Highland Hotel was on the railway tracks on the line from Inverness to Glasgow, but we found it nearby eventually. We have stayed in some very well preserved circa 1930 hotels so ...
... a drive over to Fortrose on the Moray Firth where a walk along the pebbled beach bought us to a display of Dolphins prancing out of the water. Rain threatened in the distance but managed to stay away. A lovely afternoon & made even more special by dinner at a wonderful restaurant overlooking the River Ness. (The Kitchen). This was followed by a long walk following the River Ness. A wonderful time was spent over the last week as we shared our experiences with cousin Helen. ...
... is always on holidays at this time of year.
We see Eilean Donan Castle, before crossing the bridge onto the Isle of Skye. On visiting the Clan Donald Centre, once again it was pouring rain, but tbe gardens looked so lovely that I walked around in the rain to have a look. It was worth getting wet for.
Glenfinnan Viaduct is where the train scene of Hogwart's ...
... the Loch,( these miles are ******* the hips), so, seeing what we had come to see, we headed back. (After a quick sit down to enjoy an ice cream bar and rest.) By the time we hiked back all these miles to the Rothiemurchus Center, it was with great relief to take the bus back a couple miles to town before walking another mile to the B & B.
Tomorrow after breakfast, we are hoping to take a bus to the ...
... to the Eileen Donan castle at Dorie, and a lone piper on the shore welcoming us forth. We really enjoyed this castle, the most photographed after Edinburgh, and which was mostly destroyed in 1719 but faithfully rebuilt by 1932 by the McRae-Giltraps, using her inheritance money. They still own it, and at 85 yrs old they visit it as a summer home, staying in apartments they had built in one quarter away from public viewing. The banquet room, ...