Breadalbane House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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First stop Clava Cairns. A set of prehistoric stone burial circles dating from 3000-4000BC, set in a beautiful beech grove. Two passage graves, a ring cairn and a kerb cairn, with several circles of standing stones. Peaceful in the sunny damp morning air before the first tourist bus arrived. Then on to Culloden battlefield site. The Visitor Centre opened in 2009 and ...
... in Kirkwall is magnificent. Had an extremely rough ferry ride back especially where the Atlantic met the North Sea. No none allowed on deck, many ill, not Bob nor I. Dozens of seals riding the waves. Terence said it was the worst crossing he had experienced! Dinner back at Wick- an extremely heavy fog in Wick. Churchill barriers block ships Germans sank the Royal ...
... water to Iceland. At 12,000' this time we also didn't have to use supplemental oxygen like we did on the trip over the Atlantic. The higher we go, the stronger the headwinds, and with the broken stratus clouds nicely below us, 12,000' was just fine. Eating and drinking was also surely easier with the O2 masks on. We opted to land in Keflavik because our friendly previous service here (I'm writing at the FBO). Plus, being Sunday and with our arrival time after 8pm, it's often ...
... Birkett for more info(picture below). However, I did beat Jackie and Oliver as they had stopped to visit the castle of Mey (the Queen Mother's home) but not my new best mates who were posing for their signpost photos as I raced into the car park. In the field next door they were preparing for the 700 + who start the JOGLE on Saturday , they were putting up the tents for the participants. Not my idea of ...
... century and the building was no longer occupied following a bombardment by cannon in 1680. Perched on the cliff edge the stone layers of the building seem to merge gradually into the horizontal rock strata beneath.
Two miles further along is Ackergill Tower. This is a five storey oblong tower house first referred to in 1538. Following a £2 million renovation in opened as a 5-star hotel in 2012. ...