Bank Street Lodge
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... of over an hour with gorgeous scenery to reach the ferry to Iona. In the summer they run every 20 minutes, but now only once an hour. It was only a 10 minute ferry ride, and we were on Iona about 12:45. It is a very small island, only 3 miles long and maybe 1.5 miles across. Famous for the Abbey first established by St. Columba who arrived on the Island from Ireland in the mid sixth century. We toured ...
... to Glen Nevis, one of the most beautiful Glens in Scotland. Its sweet song was a lovely backtrack to my three days in the area.
I had great hosts, a couple named Kevin and Brenda, hence the name Brevins House for the B&B. They served a delicious hot meal every morning complete with nutty, gluten free bread! I had the place all to myself for the first two days, and it was extremely comfortable and nearly new! I was just about 15 minutes outside of city center, though ...
... don't go overseas without reading the fine print and bring your drivers licence if you want to hire a car.
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Hi to all at STHM. Glad Will is entertained in our backyard and the one direction posted haven't scared Stacey B. I took photos and minded bags rather than ride the camel and no one ended up ...
Well after a week in Edinburgh to see Xmas markets and the lovely sparkly lights, I am back in Fort William. It was good to touch base with all the Edinburgh lot again.
I caught the train to Fort William, the second time I have done this trip and I highly recommend it. The first time I had a hang over due to a party the night before and too much Morgans (thanks Sandra) and didn't remember much, other than how much my head hurt and how ...
... lateness of the other
two companies of soldiers who were to help in the slaughter
was deliberate - a ploy not to be involved in such an atrocity.
of Scotland, although used to war and murder in its many forms,
was outraged by the callousness of the massacre of Glen Coe.