Glenmoriston Arms Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... guides. The wind was blustery and cold but the information in the audio guide was very informative and we enjoyed the walk.
This morning (Thursday) we went into Inverness to have a look around. Inverness city centre is, for the most part, very drab and the sandstone buildings are very dirty looking. We found the tourist information centre and, armed with maps, we went to the Museum and Art Gallery. We were very pleased that we ...
Today was to be a round of adventures and to experience some very serious history of the highlands for if you have a Scottish heritage there was a battle near Inverness at Culloden that changed the course of history for ever. This battle changed history even if you were not Scottish as the Course of British, European and World history was changed here on 16 April 1746. It was here that the Jacobite army fought to reclaim the throne of Britain from the ...
THERE ARE TIMES when good words are to be left unsaid out of esteem for silence.
The Rule of St. Benedict 6:2
Passed the ruins of Benedictine Abbey
The esteem for silence might be the best way to post todays blog...it was all fun and games the last two days but this afternoon after we said goodbye to our Australan friends things changed. Last night the pub owner said "this glen is like a woman, she's soft and loving ...
... history is not up to speed.
After a visit to the gift shop, of course, we headed to Fort George. An impressive structure and also still a working military base, it was a very different experience to be walking through the buildings. It is located on a spit and the views surrounding the fort are extremely impressive. The fort was built in response to the Battle of Culloden and it is absolutely amazing to think that it is still operational today.
... the side of the road too as well heaps of pheasants. We visited Talisker Distillery which was off on a side road – we never know if we’ll be able to fit down them. We went shopping in Portree for postcards and our tea; had our lunch in a lovely pub in Sligahan on Skye. A couple came and sat at the table next to us here and I noticed what looked like little kiwi and pukeko toys attached to the lady’s handbag. ...