Eight Acres Hotel & Leisure Club
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... it has found a new life as a holiday destination. The streets were full of people and cars and the place was quite lively. A stop for lunch at an Italian restaurant (yum), then a walk along the shore drive brought us to the Fisherman's and Community Museum. This entirely homegrown museum is staffed by retirees; our host for the tour of the lower level (the fishing industry part) was a man who had spent 25 years as a crewman on a fishing ...
... We stopped at Cawdor Castle. Made a wrong turn coming out and, well . . . let's just say we saw a lot of the lovely countryside, sheep & cows!
Dufftown, Home of the Whisky Trail. Unfortunately, we couldn't arrange a tour (Speyside Tours can't get enough people to run the Diillery Walking Tour). After lunch, we did a short walk and ...
... every day for people who show up early on the day of travel. We lucked out & got tickets (in the bar car, appropriately). It's a very scenic ride and the sport on the ride is trying to get pictures of the steam locomotive with good backdrops, by leaning out the windows ...
Head North young man! So that's what we
did. Our final destination on this day would be Lossiemouth situated where the
Moray Firth greets the sea on the North East shoulder of Scotland. Along the
way we travelled to parts of the Whisky Trail, skipped through the Granite City
of Aberdeen, stopped off at Fochabers and Huntly before descending upon Elgin,
the city of my birth. One of the neat things about this area, aside from the
countryside, the friendly ...
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If you should be in the area I would highly recommend getting reservations for a fine dining experience.
August 7, 2013
Our tour guide, Gordon, from WOW Scotland (www.wowscotland.com) picked us up in Inverness and we made our way to the ferry in northern Scotland for ...