Kildonan Lodge Hotel
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... the layout along with the people and the great food. Yes food, I say, there is some scrumptious stuff here and in some cases it’s so good that we have gone back to the same restaurant twice in the last two nights.
Well before I continue I would like to say how much we enjoyed our time in Inverness, it really is a beautiful part of Scotland and should not be missed should you be anywhere near it in your travels. While we were there we ...
... and walking/climbing. Our destination was Honister Slate Mine, and the journey once we left the highway was incredibly picturesque, but the roads as we got further up into the hills became increasingly narrow. We had a few close calls with other local busses, but our drive Arek did a fabulous job in navigating the tiny stone roadways! Because the drive up took a bit longer than we had budgeted ...
... From the abbey you walk through the gardens of the palace, which are beautiful. My favorite part of the gardens is a freaky looking statue of a fiddler tucked way in the back of the garden. The face is crumbling away and the body is sort of contorted, Quasimodo style. As my brother said, it looks like the next monster Sam and Dean will face on Supernatural.
After our visit to Holyrood I decided I was too tired and needed a nap, so I went back to the flat. My mom and ...
... way it would of fit in our suitcase. A bit more browsing and shopping and a lunch stop at McDonald's (first time in Edinburgh), they had a different Christmas menu including a warm banoffee pie filled with chocolate, caramel and banana.....YUMMY!!! Hope to put our shopping away and get ready to head out to Julie's sister in laws for tea. Of course our day was filled with fun and laughter as everyday prior has been. One last day tomorrow then we are off to start our journey ...
On my final day, I joined my host Lindsay and her friends at a Women's Institute meeting. The Scottish Women's Rural Institutes is one of the largest women's organisations in Scotland and boasts about 18,489 members. Lindsay's chapter is more urban than most rurals with a much younger average age than most other WIs. Just like normal WI meetings, the Rural ...