The Glynhill Hotel & Leisure Club
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... got lost or into trouble and needed a hand.
The tour first stopped at a place named Pitlochary for breakfast and coffee. The view from this town is great. Just imagine sitting in a nice warm coffee lounge looking out the window to the mountains covered in snow. Amazing!! From there we drove through a few other smaller towns and then to Loch Ness where we spent about 1.5 hrs. From loch Ness we went to Glen Coe and then back to Edinburgh. Along the tour ...
... countryside and pleasant highway drive would have been just that, pleaseant, but my memory of Scotland that day is too clouded by tension for it to be a joyful one.
We finally got to the airport around 9 pm and dropped off our car. There was nowhere to check in, the desks closed and our Flybe flight now long gone. A sign at the desk declared that they would be back at 5:00 am, so having used the house phone to find ourselves a room, ...
... actual city of Glasgow yet. It looks unreal beautiful though. Big city but with a real calmness to it...not the usual hustle and bustle of other big cities. We are getting up early and going to catch some city sights tomorrow. ALso, I almost died when the car rental gentleman gave us a free upgrade to a shining black Mercedes Benz buggy to cannonball around with...full coverage so if any crazy Scottish men run us off the roads, we are covered full ...
... so we hopped in a taxi and went to a South Indian Restaurant called "Dakhin" recommended by both Lonely Planet and the Rough Guide. Our meals were delectably spiced to perfection! By the time we'd finished licking up our plates it was raining, so we hailed a taxi back to our hotel. The bar of the Pipers' Tryst had been taken over by a group of ladies near retirement age and they were partying HARD and singing Scottish songs robustly. It was all ...
... to Inverness and you arrive before noon whereas we arrived in the late afternoon. An older guy at the hostel in Kirkwall filled us in on this but it was too late as we had already booked our trip. Live and learn. I guess this only applies to people who plan on visiting here but it might be useful to some of you. Inverness didn't excite me at all. Mark and I went for a few beers and watched a football match and I got a haircut the next day and that was the extent of ...