Glen Clova Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGlen Clova Hotel Milton of Clova
A great little place out in the Glens. Great friendly atmosphere and the food was delicious. The drive out to the hotel was superb (Scenery only - it is slow bumpy and twisting drive out to the hotel). Great walking in the area. Highly recommended.
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... It was so cool learning about these birds! <Side Note: we are driving though the Cairngorms National Park. The greenery looks so different here than what we're used to. A lot of pine trees! Still so many cows, sheep and goats all over the fields. I've never seen so many sheep in my life. They were just everywhere!! Wish there were more highland cows!> We then head down the road a while and find the Ruthevan Barracks. This is a huge ruin on top of a giant plateau. It ...
... which wasn't blocked....... Phew! Good decision.
Left our luggage, had some lunch and got some info on what to see and do. Off to Edinburgh Castle and St Giles Cathedral. Old and interesting. We got to see a couple of characters in kilts on the way and if you wanted to buy a kilt or tartan of any description you wouldn't have a problem, they are everywhere, just like koala pencils at home!
Late afternoon we check into our apartment. WOW it is ...
... a pillow on your head to name a few. Highland Games The Stonehaven Highland Games were on whilst we were holed up in Gourdon. Our morning was blanketed in a dense sea haar or fog and arriving at the grounds just off The Slug Road we were concerned that we would not see any of the competition on the field. Even the commentator of the event noted that he could barely see the exhibition wresting from where he was as the fog was so thick. ...
... clean !
Beach is accessed via long wooden bridge, then short walk over small dunes.
Stunning beach with fantastic flat clean sand as far as you can see.
On return across bridge we turned right along muddy track to the old graveyard.
Nice old graveyard, access via stone steps over dyke, some signs of vandalism ...
... you see - it's possible, not necessary convinient though... Nonetheless, tablet is a great device, like made especially for traveling!
Way back home; Day 1.
My first car was my boss with his wife who were going to Perth. They saw me, stopped and took 30km, but except for that it wasn't too lucky day - I made it only to Glasgow. Mostly due to many junctions.
Way back home; Days 2&3.
I had to wait 3h for the first ...