Fife Arms Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The 7:14 train to Stirling then change to the Inverness train arriving Aviemore about 10AM. Bus up to the mountain then funicular railway to the top. We had only been there about 15 mins when it snowed. What a treat since we didn't expect it and it gave ...
... next to her for being too loud! We shut up a bit after that. The bus ride wasn't actually too bad. I didn't really sleep much in the aisle seat but we got to Edinburgh not feeling too bad. We got there about 8am and our first stop was maccas for brekkie! Feeling refuelled we found our hostel to drop our bags off. It's a pretty funky hostel with a real social atmosphere. There was a free walking tour leaving our hostel in an hour so we hung around ...
... We took it easy that night and ate a tasty meal at the restaurant of the hotel. I asked for a variation of a menu item, so had salmon and salad. It was a tough decision as some of the dishes on offer were: Speyside Haggis with Arran Beetroot and Onion Relish; Macsweens of Edinburgh Vegetarian Haggis, or Speyside Haggis Neeps and Tattie Pasty. We did however try an entree of haggis, and I will admit it tasted ...
We woke up feeling a bit cold and tired from the not so good sleep we had that night; but we got up, had breakfast and made our way to meet Rob to pick up our laptops he had charged for us. It was a quick stop at the marine barrack gates then off we went to begin our day. Today we visited: - Glamis castle: This was one of the best castles I have seen. We did a tour through the inside of the ...
... realised we were on the maintenance track for the ski lifts for (we later learned) the largest ski resort in Scotland. I have never in my life been at the top of a ski lift so there was a new experience right there. From the top you could see the heads of at least five ski lifts and fences marking out dozens of runs, so it must be quite a busy place in winter. We had it almost to ourselves. The top of the mountain was exactly as you expect a Scottish ...