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... spelling) all covered in snow. We stopped for lunch along a creek and checked out the highland cattle on the Auch Estate. Interesting in this country is that most of the Way goes through privately owned property but the owners are required by law to permit walkers. Must check out the "right to roam" law in Scotland when I get home. We are now at our final hotel of the trip for four nights - nice to be settled for a few days. Over to Barbie who will ...
... which taste like chaff. We then travelled on the A82 which took us through the mountains with snow on their peaks. Beautiful. We arrived at Spean Bridge at 3pm and commenced the scramble for accommodation. In the finish, Jane, the receptionist at The Spean Hotel, fell for my Australian accent and we had a room for £73.50. We have tomorrow's accommodation booked, we think. After a cup of tea we went out on foot for a look around town. It is very small but ...
... mile further walk... On a whim we decided to continue west on a single lane road to the west coast namely the town of Uig and are we so glad we did! Highly recommended. More than five hours driving to return to Burnbank but our best highland day yet.
In Scotland - so must do a castle. Castle Inverarary was chosen located in ... Inverarary. Borrowing just a bit from one episode of Downton Abbey, it is actually the family ...
... down to the river. In short: We felt right at home in this comfortable setting the moment we entered the door.
We lugged all of our baggage in from the car and then decided to have a real britisch tea time (Richy always drinks coffee) before making the next plans. There was a loud smack, smack, munch, munch coming from the other side of the room....the doggies were enjoying their cookies....WOOF!
... first, unfortunately my GPS stopped
tracking at 17.5 miles but with the additional mile or two I did going to the loch and back for some photos, I am guessing that I did about 20 or 21 miles today.
I got to the Kingshouse Hotel and checked in at about 15:00, tonight was going to be expensive as I could only book a double room at £65. I went up to my room and headed straight for the bathroom where i found a roll top bath. Perfect, just what a tired ...
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