The Fenwick Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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... chance of seeing Ben Nevis is lost. Not even a teasing glimpse of the hills around the lock as we leave Fort Williams behind. Back past the beautiful Three Sisters, the waterfalls and misty fields. A stop at a waterfall for photos then continued on with a toilet stop (. ( no coach queuing thank goodness ) i took this opportunity to phone Oxford Aunts to tell them about leaving for Aussie. They may want me to stay a week and ...
... o'clock we head to the pub for a few pints, the pints were a bargain £2.29. Meet the local boys, I had trouble understanding them, but we managed to have a lot of laughs with the boys. We would have stayed at the pub for dinner but this pub did not have a cooked meal, they suggested the Hollybrook bar & restaurant 5 minutes up the road. More beers a bottle of Chile red wine to start. Singa started with entree of black pudding & a pint, we all had ...
Today we took a 15 minute ferry ride from Strongford to Portaferry - a very quaint fishing village - this village is where Ross' great grandparents lived and he was most pleased to find his g/grandfather mentioned in one of the local historical society publications. We had a coffee and wander around before returning to Strongford to take the high road to Larne via Balbriggan where another charm was purchased. We had ...
... breakfast to wait around for, we were on the road by 6:30am, a cool, slightly cloudy morning. It was great riding down the traffic free lanes. The energy levels soon started to drop, so we had a stop and shared a malt loaf. The main road was deserted, so we opted to take the main road to get the miles ticked off. A few more miles on, at the next refueling stop, Kevin the end-to-ender who we met at the top ...
... or Braveheart) lead us to the hostel we were staying in, we got checked in, put our bags away and it was time to explore the city Edinburgh! Michael lead us around the city for about 3 hours showing us the important parts of the city and what important history occurred in this city. Did you know that the whole city used to be enclosed in a stone wall to keep enemies out and that this wall was erected in approximately 208/210? Some of the wall is still ...