The Clubhouse Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... guides. The wind was blustery and cold but the information in the audio guide was very informative and we enjoyed the walk.
This morning (Thursday) we went into Inverness to have a look around. Inverness city centre is, for the most part, very drab and the sandstone buildings are very dirty looking. We found the tourist information centre and, armed with maps, we went to the Museum and Art Gallery. We were very pleased that we ...
After a good Scottish breakfast we sailed down Loch Ness to Urquhart Castle where we had to get to land by rubber ducky as it was too shallow for the barge to moor this was especially challenging for Ann but I am very pleased to say all went to plan a wonderful experience. Urquhart Castle was so picturesque not sure if we saw the Loch Ness monster have a look at the photo of the loch with the barge in the back ground as the certainly was a swirl in the ...
... of this are yet to be determined. At present I am working between Nairn, Inverness and Fort William.
Nairn is on the east coast along with Inverness and is quite protected so they do not get extremes in weather. Not much rain or snow. It does however get very cold. Fort William on the other hand is on the west coast and bears the brunt of all the horrid weather coming in from the Atlantic. Last year it rained 300 out of 365 days. Saturday I walked in 4 degrees, ...
... and right enough, her bags had been concealing presents and a cake big enough to feed, oh, the entire TA..or perhaps just one of me) and yes, someone will be there to meet her at Aberdeen train station. Phew, well at least she won’t be alone.
“Oh, that’s nice. Who’s coming to meet you?”
“I’ve called a taxi.” Oh. No, no, no. How on earth can this woman who can’t walk, can barely ...
... the Orkneys, including Skara Brae. Once again there was a large but almost empty car park, as we had just missed Andy and his tourist bus. The centre is beautifully built from the flat slates, so feels in keeping with the place.
The tour starts with a four minute movie telling us what little we know about the inhabitants of this settlement so recently uncovered (a hundred years or so) by a savage storm. What was most interesting is that the settlement used to sit further from ...