Loch Ness Country House Hotel at Dunain Park
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... probably leapt around as soon as we left! Still the waterfall is impressive and we enjoyed the walk through the forest to reach it. Very tall straight pine trees, with little undergrowth proliferate the area. Within the space of about 20kms the landscape had changed from stark treeless hills and plains to forested areas with swift flowing rivers and waterfalls. The Scottish highlands are an amazing place to visit. After two enjoyable bush ...
... at their publishing business taking inventory of books coming in and preparing orders for outgoing (making money) shipments. After an hour and a couple of screw ups, we were fired. Just in time, preventing Paul from declaring bankruptcy. Whoever said foresters could count? After lunch we headed into downtown Aviemore for some shopping (Marks idea) and to pick up some Scottish pounds. They don't use Euros and when we go to England ...
We had a very strict agenda for the days before the ball, which mostly consisted of reeling practice. Reeling is the line-dance inspired jigs that they do at these balls, and it's all really great fun even if you have two left feet, which I do. About 25 of her family and friends were there, so it made for some really fantastic, awkward dancing. Friday night Emily's uncles even aided us in getting really drunk so we could see ...
Today we drive to the Isle of sky, First we have a nice little breakfast to get us going. Then off to the loch ness visitor center . After a look at the center we are off again. I believe Ady drove first as I think he needed a break from yesterday's experience. The drive was beautiful . We stopped for picture ops . Julie did a wonderful job talking pictures of Jeff and I on the trip up to Skye. Jeff did ...
... way point and walked back to the B&B then the next day would get a ride to the same point and walk forward to the end. This breaks it up and they were able to do the toughest part downhill. We chose the more aggressive way, if course.
It was rainy and low visibility with fog on the loch- the mist lay low. We didn't get a great view ie.jpg] of the castle on Loch Ness unfortunately. We rose up into farm lands with the sheep then into ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility