The Green Park Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... drive so we decided to stop at some of the towns on the way. The first stop was at a small town called Aviemore that is the gateway to nearby ski fields and other tourist attractions. We were particularly impressed with the display of autumn leaves mixed in with evergreen trees with snow-capped mountains in the background - the first snow of the season..
Next town to be visited was Newtonmore where we found the Highland Folk Museum. Without realising the time ...
Fish and Chip stop for dinner.
This is a nice little town where most tour buses stop before their journey back to Glasgow.
If you are looking for Fish 'N' Chips, Sweets, ice cream or coffee then you have a huge selection in this town as that is basically all they offer.
Nice to look around
... the many demonstrations was the creation of a copper torc or bracelet. Standing on the banks of the loch, under the trees, our small group watched as a craftsmen used hand bellows to bring the forge up to 900 degrees F. As a chill wind came up on the loch, we shivered but not one child or adult left. Our knowledgeable and authentically dressed foundrymen had opened a door and for a moment we stepped back in time. As the fire burned hotter, a young girl tossed incense ...
Now we're here – But we need Food!
After getting arranged in the cottage and a brief British tea time, we figured that we needed to stock up on food for our stay at the cottage. We had booked the cottage for ten days, so we needed a lot of goodies and food to make our comfort complete. We looked up the stores in the area on Richy’s iPad, In this case, the word “area” is a wide fetched term, if you count in that ...
... but for Dave and I, it was most impressive...almost as impressive as that view! The next agenda item today was Dunkeld Cathedral in the lovely village of Dunkeld. It is approached on foot through the narrow streets of Dunkeld which lead you to the Cathedral's ornate gates. With the River Tay on one side and open land leading to hills on the other, the setting is idyllic. It was built in stages between 1260 and 1501 and has suffered extensive battles ...