Atholl Arms Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... any street signs that gave us a clear indication of where we were & even what direction we were going. The fog made it all the more difficult to see street signs & probably more importantly see more than a few car lengths in front of us. Poor Susan, she was pretty frazzled by this stage, I was extremely impressed & proud of her attitude towards our predicament. Of course it wasn’t her fault we were lost, but I think she felt it was now her job to ...
We left Edinburgh this morning and headed north...we stopped to look at the bridges in South Queensferry then continued onward...Dunkeld was our next stops...on the River Tay! see the photos for more... Continued on to Loch Dunmore... Pitlochry for lunch...toured the dam and fish ladders and the rail station...pretty town. We enjoyed our lunch on a bench overlooking the Tay ...
... to Dunkeld from the US for the Highland Games did yeeeou?" When I told him I did, I think I redeemed myself from Crianlarich!
What was even funnier was that these men in kilts were drinking scotch and singing karaoke to Elvis and Johnny Cash. A sight burned into my memory FOREVER! I didn't feel as though they would welcome photography so I didn't take an pics :(
... for the May-boyd's to move into. That is until Sunday morning, already running late to leave and catch my train when I decided to have one last wander around. All would have been fine, had I not had a bottle of mouthwash in my hand with the top not on properly... A blue splodge across my bedroom carpet and a sticky splash down my mirror resulted in some very frantic carpet dabbing, more panic re how late I was now running and an eventual departure feeling far more stressed ...
... hand fork as shown on the map, then mud which was more like quicksand and stagnant smelly water either side of the central strip of grass/mud which had been made by the logging lorries which had recently been through and collected the cut pines leaving huge ruts in the ground. It was certainly a very fine balancing act to negotiate the dried mud although we were given the treat of seeing footprints of deer who had taken the same route as us. It was definitely not the place to be ...