Loch Ness Country House Hotel at Dunain Park
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Hello all. So due to popular demand (term used loosely) , the blog is back! I will continue to write about Mark and my travel adventures around England and Europe and wherever else we go.
So last weekend Mark and I went to Scotland! We went to Aviemore to go snowboarding with Naomi and Tim.
We left on Friday morning and boarded a flight to Inverness. The flight was quite short, (2ish hours) and we arrived and headed straight ...
... as we could.
Official clothes count Amber: 1 tank top, 1 t-shirt, 1 long sleeve shirt, 2 sweatshirts, 1 sweater, 1 pair of stockings, 1 pair of workout pants, 1 pair of quick dry pants, 1 pair of jeans and 2 winter coats.
Official clothes count John: 6 t-shirts, 2 long sleeve shirts, 1 sweatshirt, 1 pair of pajama pants, 1 pair of quick dry pants, 1 pair of jeans and a winter coat with pockets shoved full of odd things.
... of the mammoth wooly Scottish cows. The Ben Nevis distillery is the oldest in Scotland.
Stirling is such a lovely little place. Lots of historic buildings and a castle built on the rock face of a hill. We were well impressed with the Stirling bridge, a narrow stone built structure which boasts so much history. The William Wallace memorial was really well done. We climbed the spiral staircase of the tower, along the way learning of William Wallaces' legacy.
... tour but due to availability we went with the free tour. The tour was really interesting and we got to go behind the scenes and see each stage of the process. A few interesting facts were that they only have one barley mashing machine despite the volume they produce. The washback barrels are massive being 5 metres tall and made out of Douglas Fur, a timber that grows long and straight. The best part was seeing the pot stills and warehouses. I really felt ...
... trying to get our bikes back to London separately. Yes, we have heard of people needing to mail or freight their bikes home, as space is so limited on the trains.
Our train leaves on time from Wick at 4:00pm. It is funny as the train travels zigzag across the top of Scotland to revisit several of the towns that we had passed through on our bikes. We only have 30 minutes from the designated arrival of this train and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility