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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... m starting to sound like a broken record, I know, but it’s true. It’s a wild landscape, and it instills a sense of smallness, the perspective that we truly are just tiny dots in a very big universe. The air is intensely clear, and I gobbled it up in large breaths. It’s cold up here, cleansing. The wind whooshes around the Fort, causing the autumn leaves to create small burnt orange and brown tornados. There’s a river here, and my B&B sat just on it, at ...
... actually found that morning's ascent nearly as tiring as the Devil's Staircase. But we took it fairly easy and stopped frequently for photos, admiring the view as we rose out of town and back into the mountains. That morning included some of the trip's best views of the hills, which seemed to stretch out in every direction. Eventually the trail leveled and became more of what we were used to -- an undulating path that moved up and down across the hillside more ...
... island is just amazing with sheer-sided mountains towering over the landscape. Photos do not give you the scale. We spent about 3 hours driving around then made our way off Skye to Eilean Donan Castle which is on a little rocky outcrop in the loch which is accessed by a pedestrian bridge. One of McCrae descendants starting to renovate the castle last century and it looks like they lived there for sometime if not still currently all though not ...
... for a while. There was much laughter and echoed squeals of delight.
Nearby is the Fort William railway and we were desperate to get tickets for the Jacobite Train Ride. The train ride crosses along the Glenfinnan viaduct which is featured in the Harry Potter films when the train is crossing to go to Hogwarts. What perfect way to continue our Harry Potter journey than to do such train trip, however we had left it too late and the Hogwarts ...
... neighborhood where I grew up—shout out to La Cuchilla!). There were several cairns and standing stones in the area. Despite the rainy, misty weather (it IS Scotland, afterall!) we walked around getting in touch with Anne and Paul’s potential ancestors. It’s amazing that these are said to have existed up to 3000 years before the Common Era. Not sure what they were but they seem to have been burial sites and/or sacred ...