Breadalbane House Hotel

Address: 20 Breadalbane Crescent, Wick, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW1 5AQ, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 20 Breadalbane Crescent, Wick, is near Wick Heritage Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Wick

    A Farewell to Orkney

    A travel blog entry by thehamguy1 on Jul 08, 2015

    16 photos

    ... than that in modern flours. A phenomenally high gluten content in modern foods may explain the increase in gluten sensitivity noted among the population. There has been no market incentive to manipulate the gluten content in bere, as it is not widely grown--it has a 90-day growth cycle and can only mature in places where the number of hours of daylight is high, restricting its cultivation to northern latitudes where summer days are long but summers are short. We found the ...

    Orkney Islands

    A travel blog entry by lesandmerryl on Jun 06, 2015

    ... during WW2, and the Churchill Barriers built to seal off the entrances from the North Sea. Our local guide Andy told us the story of the German U-boat that still managed to get in and sink the Royal Oak. Next was the Ring of Brodgar, a large standing stone circle that you can still walk around and touch, unlike at Stonehenge. I hugged a couple and tried to feel something from them but no luck :) On to Skara Brae, the oldest Neolithic settlement discovered. It was ...

    Battlefields and ghosts

    A travel blog entry by suelacey on Aug 21, 2013

    31 photos

    ... soil. It's a wide open expanse but as we begin to walk around the battlefield, the mists roll in and constantly shift. It's a moving experience in a place where such violence took place in a battle that lasted a little over 1 hour. The new museum there is exceptional.

    Into the bus and rolling up the highway on the east coast. Rolling hills dropping straight into the sea, sheep and cattle hunkered ...

    Mo's Blog

    A travel blog entry by henryjallum on Jul 18, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... off and out, we are pretty slick at getting out. With mixed emotions we set off for the final morning... Immediately straight up quite a steep hill, we chuckled at ourselves because we got up it no problem and seemed to say to one another, What hill? We felt we had come a long way as cyclist (as well as actually) because on day one we would have really noticed that hill, I definitely would have anyway. Onwards and upwards, literally upwards and upwards Noooo I had not expected ...

    Summer is really here

    A travel blog entry by jandmtravel on Jul 08, 2013

    5 photos

    ... a hot, sunny day and a lady walking her dog commented to me that we don't often get weather like this. Everyone has been telling us that it has rained almost solidly for the past 2 years and their first nice weather was the same weather system we had in the Peak District. Last summer the gulf stream sat alot lower than usual so all the UK missed out on the warm wind from north Africa and instead got cold Atlantic wind - this year it is sitting much further ...