Duke of Gordon Hotel
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... Urquhart Castle, some other nice viewing areas like the Three sisters and the ruins of Inverlochy castle. Our final stop before the end of the tour was Luss.
Most of the people from the tour departed back in Glasgow, but the driver was heading back to Edinburgh that night so a me and a few others got a free ride to Edinburgh which was quite ...
This morning we said our temporary goodbyes to the castle rock hostel and heading on our 3 day Skye High haggis tour. The first stop was in the beautiful town of Dunkeld where we visited a old cathedral on the river Tay. Continuing north led us to Kelliecrankie, a gorge that was the site of a Jacobite and red coats battle. At this gorge it is said that a Jacobite solider was able to leap it's width (18ft) and escape to the ...
... Carla and I boarded the Royal Scot for a tour of Loch Ness. It was wet to begin with but the sun shone towards the end. The Loch is 190m deep with no plant life. Some huge carnivores live there. Peat stains the water so you can only see 3m deep. Old mate Dave was hilarious. He have us scotch drinking advice and shot a vide of Nessie for us. Drove home to Newtonmore for dinner at the ...
... and decided to skip the last summit and descend the gulley leaving us enough time to retreat if we couldt see a decent path down.
It turns out that the side of the ...
... of little crofters houses and sheep and lambs everywhere. Our first stop was the Italian chapel which was built by the Italian POW's during WW2 - it is a lovely little building made really from collected rubbish during the war and now trying to be preserved. The Ring of Brodgar (or Brogar, or Ring o' Brodgar) is a Neolithic henge and stone circle on the Mainland, the largest island in Orkney, Scotland. Twenty-seven stones remain of an original sixty in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking