Grant Arms Hotel
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- Free parking
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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 ...
... this was a very pleasant and pretty ride up and over into the Highlands. We went by the House of Bruar for a welcome coffee and expensive cake and a some window shopping. We arrived at friends Marion and Graeme who run the most delightful B and B in Newtonmore and had a barbecue with their son Finlay and mother, Marion in the most beautiful setting. Sue repaired puncture number 7! ...
... kiss or cuddle or snuggle or whatever (bluugh, under "socially retarded on dates" in the dictionary, you will find only: Emilie) I was subjected to a sort of lecture about moving on and living life and giving things a chance. But hang on a minute, that's myyy spiel! And the problem is, I was kind of attracted to him, although, in retrospect, it could have had something to do with Valerio chucking me off like a sack of mouldy mushrooms.
... Coral, it smelled terrific.
From there we got back on the bus, and began to climb ever so higher to a place known as Rannoch Moor. This was a bogy moorland to the west of Loch Rannoch, notable for its wildlife. It consists of 500 desolate square miles, where you could see white flowers growing here and there. Carmel referred to them as Bog Cotton. Robert de Bruce is said to have fled either here or off the north coast of Ireland, I ...
... of the battle. We then went outside with a guide to the battlefield (where it had stopped raining) and walked the line of battle and saw the graves of the 1500 men who died there. It was fascinating, and very very sad. They had done a great job setting up the scene inside, because I could see the battle in my mind while standing out there. Very interesting. We went back inside just as the rain hit again (we could see it coming) and had a hot drink and visited the gift shop. Then ...