The Clubhouse Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... water pressure and amazing hot water! And the towels! Huge towels! And heated floors! We felt so much better after those showers haha. We then made our way towards Inverness to Tesco's for some groceries and a bit of clothes for me to hold me over until tomorrow. When we got back to the hotel, we found out that my bag had been delivered in St Andrews, but most importantly, that we had secured a tee time at the Old Course for ...
... so. The cruise was 1hr long, there was some nice scenery, there was a presentation on why the bottom is so deep and hard to measure. However no nessie was seen.....
I took a few pictures on the cruise, then it was time to head back. Once back at the dock i headed back to the bus and we left the town of Loch ness. Along the way back to Edinburgh we stopped at a memorial to fallen soldiers, then stopped at a place so we could see some hairy cows. Our final stop was at a ...
... my Granny and Grandpa lived. When we left Scotland in 1959 we did so from Nairn by train, as the train left Nairn it passed about 150m from Grandparents house-they waved a tea towel out the window so that we could see it and them from the train. That was the last time I saw my Granny. After she died my Grandpa came out to New Zealand 3 August Sunday We visited Cawdor Castle which is linked to Shakespeare's play Macbeth. An amazing old place which the ...
... extremely excited. Oh no, the lady said, he has spotted his best friend. Bobbi was white no longer as he ran down the rocks to greet his foxy friend (who was non plussed to see bobby, as he was in the middle of a game of ball) After watching muddy bobby and his red tartan coat, we walked some miles up the canal, passing 'boat steps' a set of five very steep locks that helped the boats lower to the waters below. The sun was still out and I was amazed at the wild flowers ...
... by a ditch, but no second rampart. Both the centre and the ditch are covered with heather which looks almost black from a distance, while the path around the rings is well trimmed lawn. Many of the stones that have fallen lay still in their shattered glory, and laying down, give one a better idea of how massive they are. They are not as big as the ones from Stone Henge, but were planted two thousand years before it was built, that is, some 5000 years ago.
We walked over to ...