- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... got 80
and counted all the way down. But I lost count so I had to go back up.
And there was a staff up there and he said he would not tell me.
But I said 80 and he put his thumbs up and I was right.
It is the end of Scotland. I loved Scotland, Loch Ness lake, highland cows and the snow.
Scotland was the best country so far.
I liked the Scotland people how they talk and wear the ...
... in the heated pool and a sweat in the sauna.
What a fantastic day!
There is nothing better than to hear the beautiful sounds, laughter and squeals of child wonder and innocence.
Nearby Urquhart Castle was a beautiful ruin with a spectacular spot on Loch Ness.
More interesting history and fun, as the kids tried to play hide and seek with us ...
... it here, you would too if you were here.
Today we stayed home and had snow ball fights, didn't try to build a snowman.
And we were so happy because we got a sled. It is a thing that you sit on and go down steep snowy mountains.
The one we got is red with a white string to hold onto. We went out the back and played on that all day. We also had a couple of snowball fights.
After we had a swim ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...