Glenfinnan House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... was built in 1280. TWELVE EIGHTY. Clearly, this place has a long history, and a chapter in that history includes the castle’s conquering by Robert the Bruce. I mean, the walls are still standing. The original walls. It hasn’t been altered for centuries. And here it sits, in the middle of a meadow, on the banks of the gorgeous river and I was the only soul inside it for an hour. You can actually shimmy up inside one of the turrets, and I sat there peacefully, soaking ...
... showers already cleared out or getting ready to subside. We had a great breakfast (veggie sausage, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms and loads of delicious fruit) and picked up some packed lunches from our B&B host. There would be no towns or villages along our route, so bringing lunch was our only option. We grabbed some bottled water and made our way to the trail, which began with a steep and winding uphill climb out of Kinlochleven. Maybe my legs were just tired, ...
... coming from the dry and smokey summer we’ve just left.
We came up on the land near Glen Coe and began exclaiming over the beauty and then climbed in elevation and into the mountains, and Rob got misty-eyed, feeling a connection to the land that he didn’t expect. We pulled over to take it in, and take some photos, then carried on past Loch Lomand - singing the famous song in the car as we drove past - and up into ...
We had to tear ourselves away from our friends in Crieff when we undertook the Highlands portion of our trip today - out before 11am, a record for us in Scotland, which we hope to break tomorrow. Over any given 30 minutes of the day, or within some bit of the 360 degrees of sky above, it seems to be drizzling, blue sky, darkly cloudy, cotton-puffy, or sun-touched. We drove through Glen Coe in just such a space of time, and with the sky divided into all ...
*Can't thank Peter Court, still anonymously commenting under the bteam alias, for lifting the class, but we are always interested to hear of changes in Debby's odds of completion.
*Thanks to Mary & Lance for adding a comment with their photo. We'd love to see more photos and in particular, a photo of Peter Court, rather than all the other images he posts.
*As far as photos go, we will soon reveal Debby's hair length for Kaz, but Carol ...