The Cluny Bank Hotel
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... clean. We had time to visit the nearby Inverary Castle, which is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll and chief of the clan Campbell. It's certainly a real castle, with the dining room decorated with huge tapestries, specifically designed for the Duke. The gardens were impressive too, but the rain made it too unpleasant to explore it. Monday Today all of our travelling was along roads surrounded by hills, forrests amd lochs, making ...
... of Lossiemouth history is that it
provided the UK with its first Labour Prime Minister, one Ramsey McDonald. Quite
the feat for the son of a serving girl and a ploughman. On that occasion a free
Presbyterian education forged a national leader in the face of Eton and Cambridge
hoity toits. So there you have it a quick zip through a lovely part of Scotland
and proof positive that these is more than Whisky to be had in these parts.
Slangevar!! (Good Health)
... played holes completed the week nicely..
most were a bit tired and weary, some focused on the journey home, others lamenting that the week was too short....
Fairly quick round, with IM confused by me marking his ball on one hole.!!!!
Breathless day with a very heavy dew, made for finding balls in the rough quite difficult...
good week all round and plant to return in 2015.
... it is very efficient in moving skiers up the hill.
One day we visited the Culloden Battlefield site near Inverness. The Battle of Culloden was the culmination of a year's worth of battles between the English and the Jacobites (led by Bonnie Prince Charlie). This battle ended about 60 years of Jacobite rebellion against the English. There is an excellent visitors' center and great audio guide to take you around the site. Lots of ...
The museum is, in our opinion, a bit gruesome but we suppose it's a reflection of the time when it was started in that it is full of stuffed birds and animals, all shot by the Duke of Sutherland. The giraffe and zebra are particularly sad to see as well as elephants feet. I can't think our falconer, who clearly loves his birds, can be too impressed either.
This afternoons performance is slightly different although a couple of ...