Atholl Arms Hotel
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... the wind was still very strong and Chris decided she had been battered enough and retired to the café for cake and a pot of tea half way through our visit. After Bruce had finished exploring and photographing we returned to the hotel.
The promised rain arrived in the early evening and continued on and off through the night. After checking out of the hotel we started our journey towards Perth where we are staying tonight. The rain stopped soon after we ...
Fish and Chip stop for dinner.
This is a nice little town where most tour buses stop before their journey back to Glasgow.
If you are looking for Fish 'N' Chips, Sweets, ice cream or coffee then you have a huge selection in this town as that is basically all they offer.
Nice to look around
We have spent our last few days exploring around Drumnadrochit and Pitlochry, plus the Isle of Skye.
We left Fort William on Sunday and headed in the general direction of Skye. For those that don't know, Skye is an island in the west of Scotland which historically was very strongly Gaelic and Norwegian (Scottish historians correct me if I am wrong!). Our first stop on the way was the Eileen Donna castle which is perched on a rocky outcrop. It was blown ...
... have the delegates look more carefully at what is around them. They had a blast! After our murder mystery game, we had a little time to shop on the Royal Mile. We almost made it back to the bus before the rain came, but got a little rained on. We then headed back to the hostel for dinner which was pork, potatoes, corn, and carrots. For dessert we got fresh fruit with whipped cream. In the evening we had some free time for showers, packing, and some free ...
... f the mountain and hopefully over the Grampian hills and Glen Quaich. However, this was not to be and within about a mile or so after leaving Kenmore the snow was all over the road and the road ahead up the mountain was well and truly blocked by snow.
U turn and its back down the steep mountain road to Kenmore and along the main road to Aberfeldy and onwards to Crieff. The whole area where I have just come through was white with snow and it was hard to ...