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... precisely five cups, bowls plates etc - the apartment sleeps five. There are only three glasses.
I have managed to get us moved out though so I've been packing our bags back up today as we are moving to join the rest of the band tomorrow.
Not a very exciting day today (Tuesday) and a nice days rest on the bus yesterday.
Tomorrow is Practice, followed by a visit to Glasgow for a concert and a competition called drumming for drinks.
Left Inverness and headed along the famous Loch Ness (no monsters to be seen today!) Long day in the car today from 9am until we arrived in Dunoon at 5pm with a few stops along the way.
Travelled through many of the places Dad used to speak about today, Fort William, Strachur, Inverarry, Bute and into Dunon to stay with cousin David and his wife Elaine. Cousin Janice here also so great to catch up. Few drinks to be had tonight and a home cooked ...
... line-height: 21.299999237060547px;">Once the washing was all finished, we continued on through the amazingly scenic Cairngorms National Park to Blair Atholl. The castle here is the seat of the Duke of Atholl, head of the Murray Clan, and sits in 108 square miles above the river at the end of Glen Garry. We toured the 30 rooms that are open to the public, which present a wonderful picture of ...
The rash on Charlie's arms has thankfully started to abate, but now it's his legs that are the problem. So another uncomfortable night (for both of us!) but his stomach seems to be getting a bit better thank goodness!
This morning we visited the Culloden battlefield, the site of the last pitched battle on British soil, and one of the most defining moments in Scottish history. ...
... birthplace of Queen Elizabeth II. Since it is still inhabited (by the fifteenth Earl and his family), we were only able to view part of the castle but this also meant that rooms were completely furnished and functional. Our tour also led through the servant’s quarters, which at one time was a hunting lodge when the castle was built. In this room, there was a section of the wall that had very evidently different masonry work than the rest. The ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeaufort Hotel Inverness
We spent two very enjoyable nights in Inverness thanks to the friendly staff and nice accomodations here. Would recommend to others. Easy walk into town but recommend cab going back.
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